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High School AthMe 



DAVIESS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION— 1971 




(Left to Right) Front Row: C. Truman, G. Jones, D. Crowe, D, Zuerner, 
J. Rhinerson, J. Baker, G. Taylor. Second Row: Coach R. Embry, R. Hen- 
dricks, N. Lively, E. McCoUam, J. Ralph, J. Church, J. Ferrell, R. Acton, 
J. Hodskins. 



Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



AUGUST 1971 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA 

Louisville, Kenlucky, May 21, 1971 
Liniis\illc Male HiL;li Sclnxil Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 19^1 




ILell tc Right! Fronl How: R. Buller, L. Tennyson, R. Carpprter, W'. Gordon, C. Childers, J. While, C. Smilh 
Second Row: K. Waller, H. Crawford, M. Long, G. Sanderson, E. Gray, B. Sistrunk, K, Walkins. Dorsey, G. Wise 
Third Row: D. Calfcy, D. Thornton, J. Caffey, D. Hickersor. O, Gaines, T. Thomas, R, Robertson. Fourth Row: 
E. Hill, E. Murphy, M. Beckley, Z. Laird, T. McCrane. Fifth Row: Mqr. W. Kolman, Mgr, A, Yates. 



100 Yard Dash — 



Pettv.a,\ -Seneca 
Holt-Seneca 

First-Thomas Jeffeisoji 
■Carter-Valley 
Gordon-Male 



Time-9.9 



27.0 Yard Dash — 



1. Pettway-Seneca 

2. Sims-Thomas Jefferson 
.3. Carter-Valley 

4. Baumer-Durrett 

5, Raible-Trinity 

Tinie-21,a 



440 Yard Dash — 

1, Watson- Westport 

2, Tennyson-Male 
Gray-Thomas Jefferson 
Wal'cott-Fairdale 
Shumann-DeSales 

Time-49.7 

880 Yard Run — 

Summitt-Fairdale 
Long-Male 

Lively-Thomas Jefferson 
Gordon-Iroquois 
Carpenter-Male 

Time-1:54.7 



Mile Run — 



120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Rnlston-Central 

:,'' Northington-Thomas Jefferson 

:^. Stapp-Stuart 

4 Randle-Seneca 

f>. Childers-Male 

Tlme-14,4 

ISO Yard Low Hurdles — 

1. Baiimer-Durrett 

2, Stapp-Stuart 

:i, Northington-Thomas Jefferson 

4. Mudd-Trinity 

5, Deacon-Jeffersontown 

Time-19.4 

380 Yard Relay— 

1 Thonias Jefferson 

2. Seneca 

3. Male 

4. Eastern 

5. Valley 



Time-l:30,l 



Mile Relay- 



1, Male 

2, Thoinas Jefferson 
:i, Westport 

4, Fairdalc 

5, Eastern 



Time-3:20,8 



Shot Put — 



1. 



RUey-Alhcrton 

Tennyson-Male 

Hartlage-DeSales 

Walls-Irr quois 

Jen ny-,If-fferson town 

Time-4:20.0 



2 Mile Run— 

1. Cook-Seneca 

2. Pendleton-DeSales 

3. Adams-Iroquois 

4. Hagan-Alherton 

5. Cunningham-Jcffersontown 

Time-9:39.6 



1, Stovall-Stuart 

2. Wvatt-Vallev 
:;, Ratliff-Moore 
4. .Mayer-Seneca 

■^. "Cowley-St. Xavier 

Distance-56' 8 1/2" 

Pole Vault— 

1. Mmter-Stuart 

2. WUlett-Durrett 

3. Watkins-Iroquois 

4. Cunnin.yham-Flaget 

5. Epjjerson-Iroquois 

Height-13' 6" 



High Jump — 

1. Cluldej-s-Male 

2. Goldsmith-Valley 

S. Greenuell-Waggener 

4. Wade-Stuart 

5, Norfleet-Thomas Jefferson 

Height-6' 3" 

Long Jump — 

1. Stapp-Stuart 

2. Baumer-Durrett 
^. Johnson-Manual 

4. Firman- Jeffersontown 
•5. Remstedler-St, Xavier 

Distance-22' 7" 

Triple Jump — 

1. Waller-Male 

2. Johnson-Manual 

3. Stephens-St. Xavier 
4 Randle-Seneca 

'' Montgomery-Thomas Jefferson 
Distance-46' 5" 

Discus — 

1. Bates-Doss 

2. Parrott-Fairdale 

3. Edwards-Thomas Jefferson 

4. Kohler-Dui-rett 

5. Purcell-Flaget 

Distance-148' 7" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Male ___ 36 

Thomas Jefferson 35 

Seneca II__I___ 32 

Sluarl 27 

Ourrett I"IZ_III"" 18 

Fairdale _~ ~ 14 

Valley "II II__II 14 

Iroquois I 11 

Westport __ 9 

DeSales II "l_.l_. 8 

-Mhcrlon . I "I 8 

Manual ~^ ~~ 7 

Doss II _I" II G 

Centra! 6 

Jeffersontown _.. . 5 

St. Xavier 5 

Eaf^tern 3 

Flccict 3 

Tri.nily 3 

V/aggener 3 

Moore 3 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL XXXIV— No. 1 



AUGUST, 19V1 



$1.00 Per Year 



Report of Audit 



1350 Soulh 1st St. 
Louisville, Ky. 
July 9, 1971 

Mr. Theodore A. Sanford. Secretary and Treasurer 
Ke.ntucky High School Athletic Association 
Lexington, Kentucky 
Dear Sir: 

Pursuant to instructions received, we have made an 
audit of the books and records of the KENTUCKY HIGH 
SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION for the period of one 
year beginning July 1, 1970, and ending Jujie 30, 1971. In 
addition, we have prepared and attached hereto state- 
ments of the Receipts and Disbursements which, in our 
opinion, reflect the :rue fina.ncial condition of the Associa- 
tion as of June 30, 1971. 

The Cash Funds on Hand and U. S. Savings Bonds and 
the Building and Loan Associations savings accounts were 
found to be correct and verified by generally accepted 
auditing procedures. 

We find the records presented to us for the purpose of 
audit to be in agreement and in good condition. 
Respectfully submitted, 
Huet L. Johnson 
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASS'N 

PERIOD FROM JULY 1, 1970, TO JUNE 30, 1971 

STATEMENT OF 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1, 1970 . -_S 32,353.51 

.Annual Dues: 348 n 33.00 S 1,044.00 

Officials' Dues: 

Football: 702 a S3.00 __ 2.106.00 

Basketball- 15B5 a S3. 00 4,695.00 

Baseball: 637 fl S3.00 1,911.00 

Wrestling: 36 a S3.00 108.00 

Reciprocity Officials: 

Football: 58 a Sl.OO 58.00 

Basketball: 35 'S Sl.OO 35.00 

Officials' Fines 415. CD — ' 

Redepositi (Bad checks made good) 42.00 

Advertising in Magazine _- 1,825.00 

Sale of Publications 633.70 

Sale of U. S. Treasury Bills 59,432.00 

Ticket Sales - Annual Meeting . 535.00 

Int. Rec'd from Certificates of 

Deposits & Savings Acc'ts 1,813.60=*' 

Interest Rec'd from U. S. Bonds & 

Treasury Bills . 3,752.90-^ 

Sale-lsi Security Nat'l Bank & Trust 

Co.— Saving Certificates 40,000.00 

Transferred from State Basketball 

Tournament Account 180,386.03 

Refunds 220.02 

Receipts — Slate Baseball Tourname,nt 2,405.00 
Football Playoffs: 

A & AA Ticket Sales __S 12,594.00 

AAA Ticket Sales 30,162.50 

A, AA & AAA Program 

Profit 1,376.87 

A, AA & AAA Program 

State Tax 50.78 44,184.15 

Wrestling Tournament: 
State Tournament 

Receipts 3,169.75 

Regional Tournament 

Profits 175.52 3,345.27 

Track Meets: 

State Meets Receipts 

(Lexington) 1,116.50 

State Meet Profits 

(Louisville) 907.09 2,023.59 

Receipts— State Swim Meets 655.00 

Receipts— State Gymnastics Meet 200.00 351,825.26 

S 384,178.77 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Board of Control Expense . 

Commissioner's Salary (Base Sal. 521,500) 

Expense — Commissioner's Office 

Ass't Commissioners' Salaries (Base Sal. S32, 000) 

Travel Expense — Assistant Commissioners 

Secretarial Salaries 

Janitors Salary 

Postage . . 

Office Supplies 

Janitor's Supplies .. 

New Equiom^nt __ . 

Insurance ._ _ . 

n'quipmeni Repairs & Service Contracts 

BIuo Cross and Blue Shield 

Building Repairs & Grounds Maintenance 

Mew Office Building .. 

Utililies 

Telephone &■ Telegraph . 

Area Meetings 

Fitielity Bonds ._ . 

Printing - _ _.. 

Appropriatiori to K.A.P.O.S. 

'Purchase of Publications 

Delegates to Nat'l Fed, Meetings 

Nat'onal Federation Dues 

Film Rental __ . 

,^udll 

Bad Checks _ . 

Meals- Annual Banquet 

Speaker — Annual Banquet . — 



Taxes and Wilholdings: 

Federal Income Tax Withhf 

Social Security . 

City License Fee Withheld 
Staxe Income Tax Withheld 
Slate Sales and Use Taxes 



10,651.60 
4,489.94 
1,101.52 
2,078.22 
2,921.43 



Transfer o^ Funds: 

Saving Certificates 

Insurance Subsidy 

K.H.S.A.-2\. Retirement Fund 

Magazine: 

Printing and Engravings S 7,904.15 

Mailing . ._ 300.00 



Oftiicals' Division: 

Honorariu:ns & Expenses-Clinics S 1,001.45 

Printing ?z Miscellaneous Expenses 75.00 

Schools for Officials 2,291.20 

Expenses-Regional Clinics 359.14 

Emblems ._ 228.99 



Swimming: 

State Committee Expense .-. S 827.07 

Trophies & Medals (State Meets) 1,090.62 

Officials (State Meets) _ . 340.65 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Meetsi 3,092.10 

Pool Rental & Additional Services 832.00 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 

(State Meets) 78.00 

Golf: 

Mileage and Local E;ttertainment 

(State Tournament) _ S 2,506.21 

Trophies and Awards 1,956.42 

Regional Tourname.nt Expense _. 181.23 

State Tournament Expense 720,50 



Tennis: 

Mileage and Local Eniertainment 

(State Tournament) S 1.217.05 

Trophies and Balls 3.082.88 

Expense-Tournament Managers 242.50 



7,446.35 

16,610.60 

835.29 

25,012.10 

2,233.28 

14,029.77 

1,741.22 

3,757.00 

1,564.42 

48.80 

31.45 

2,951.65 

950.85 

1,944.55 

1,631.00 

62,190.34 

1,348.00 

1,706.91 

583.91 

45.00 

4,640.00 

300.00 

6,199.10 

7,468.04 

205.45 

700.23 

150.00 

61.00 

2,520.00 

270.30 



40,000.00 

33,128.50 

5,000.00 



8,204.15 



6,260.44 



5,364.36 



(Continued on Page Eleven) 



Page Two 



THE KENTL'CKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



AUGUST, 1971 



VOL. XXXIV— No. 1 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Oifice of PubUcation, Le.xington, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Le.'cington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

A«sistant Editor - J. B. MANSFIELD 

Aisistant Editor — BILLY V. WISE 

As«istant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington, Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
President „ Morton Combs (1968-19721, Carr Creek 
Vice-President James T. Dotson (1968-1972), Pikevllle 
Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; 
William C. Doan (1971-1975). Cvnthiana; Lee T. Mills 
(1969-1973,. Frankfort; Richard Vincent (1969-1973), 
Sturgis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro; Roy L. 
Winchester ( 1970-197-t) . Bethlehem. 
Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 

d^ '^rt'Mj lltL' L iMti'iitMtcnet i ^TTue 

Football Clinics 

The 1971 clinics for football officials are being 
conducted by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. 
Wise. Dates and sites of the clinics are as follows: 
August 9. Boll County High School, Pineville, 
7:30 p.m.; Augu.st 10, Hazard High School, 7:30 
p.m.; August 11, Prestonsburg High School, 7:30 
p.m.: August 12, U. K. Community College, Ash- 
land, 7:30 p.m.; August 16, Henderson High School, 
7:30 p.m.: August 17, Tilghman Area Vocational 
School, Paducah, 7:30 p.m.; August 18, Mayfield 
High School, 7:30 p.m.; August 19, Caldwell Coun- 
ty High School, Princeton, 7:30 p.m.; August 20, 
Reservoir Hill, Recreation Center, Bowling Green, 
7:30 p.m.; .August 23, Beechwood High School, 
Fort Mitchell, 7:30 p.m.; August 24, duPont Manual 
High School. Louisville, 7:30 p.m.; August 25, 
Transylvania College, Lexington, 7:30 p.m. 
Altention, Principals! 

Each principal of a K.H.S.A.A. member school 
will be supplied during the forthcoming school 
year with a card which will say: "Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association — This will introduce 
(n^me of principal), (name of school)." The card 
will be signed by the Commissioner. Most ad- 
ministrators of Association member schools admit 
to their home contests fellow administrators as a 
matter of school policy. However, many times 
these visitors hesitate "to identify themselves to 
the ticket takers. The card mentioned will assist 
in this identification. 

The identification cards are not to be con- 
sidered as regular season passes to home games of 
member schools of the K.H.S.A.A. The determin- 
ing factor in the cards being accepted as passes 
is the policy of the individual school. 

The identification card may be used for ad- 
mission to all events at the state level except the 
State Basketball Tournament. A different plan 
for issuing these passes, along with passes to the 
disti-ict and regional basketball tournaments, is 
provided in basketball tournament regulations. 
Foolball Examination 

Part II of the National Federation Football 
Examination for officials will be given in Ken- 
tucky on Monday, September 20. An official who 
has been registered for at least one year prior to 
the current season is eligible to take the examin- 
ation and work for a higher rating. Officials who 
hold the Approved rating in football are required 
to make a minimum percentage grade of 80 in 
order to maintain this rating from year to year. 
After an official has received the Certified rating, 
he continues to receive this rating each year pro- 
vided that he attends the clinic for that year and 
has worked in at least six first team high school 
football games during the previous year. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control nf the Kentucky High 
Scliool Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
office, Lexington, on Thursday morning, June 10, 
1971. The meeting was called to order by Presi- 
dent Don Davis at 9:30, with all Board members. 
Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford, and Assistant 
Commissioner J. B. Mansfield present. The invo- 
cation was given by W. H. Crowdus. 

W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded Roy L. Win- 
chester, that the reading of the minutes of the 
April 15th meeting be waived since members of 
the Board had received copies of these minutes. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman Tom Mills of the Building Committee 
reported that on April 29, 1971, his committee, 
with Board members W. H. Crowdus and Roy L. 
Winchester al.^o present, had accepted the low 
bid of the Richard Horn Construction Company 
on the New Office Building, this bid being in the 
amount of $209,289.00. Seven construction firms 
had submitted bids on the building. Board mem- 
bers had received previously minutes of the Build- 
ing Committee meeting. Mr. Mills reported that 
construction of the building was well under way. 

It was suggested at this time that the Board 
go into executive session for discussion of salaries. 
James T. Dotson moved, seconded by J. C. Can- 
trell, that Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford be re- 
elected for a period of one year, beginning July 
1, 1971. The Commissioner was then asked to 
return to the meeting. Richard Vincent moved, 
seconded by W. H. Crowdus, that the 1971-72 
salary of the Commissioner be set at $22,000.00. 
The motion was carried unanimously. James T. 
Dotson moved, seconded by W. H. Crowdus, that 
the 1971-72 salary of J. B. Mansfield be set at 
819,000.00. The motion was carried unanimously. 
Morton Combs moved, seconded by Tom Mills, 
that the 1971-72 salary of Billy V. Wise be set at 
S]4,:500.00. The motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman Richard Vincent of the Budget 
Co.mmittee presented the recommended 1971-72 
budget on behalf of his committee. There was a 
general discussion of numerous items in the bud- 
get. The estimated receipts are $248,725.00, and 
estimated disbursements are $248,650.00. Richard 
Vincent moved, seconded by James T. Dotson, 
that the 1971-72 budget as presented be adopted. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner reported that, prior to re- 
ceiving from the University of Kentucky the sale 
price of the present K.H.S.A.A. building, and 
piior to receiving certain estimated receipts dur- 
ing the fiscal year, it might be necessary to make 
certain short term loans. Following this state- 
ment and after discussion, Roy L. Winchester 
moved, seconded by James T. Dotson, that the 
following resolution be adopted: "Be it resolved 
that Theo. A. Sanford, Secretary-Treasurer of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association, be 
authorized to negotiate short term loans for the 
Association on behalf of the Board of Control 
acting in its own capacit.y or as trustees of As- 
sociation property, for the purpose of underwriting 
payments on the new office building or Associa- 
tion budget items, prior to receiving from the 
I.^niversily of Kentucky the sale price of the 
present K.H.S.A.A. building and/or receiving an- 
ticipated budget receipts in any one fiscal year, 
pledging whatever collateral is required by the 
lending institution." The motion on the resolution 
was carried unanimously. 

The Board set September 25 as the date for 
its fall meeting. 

J. C. Cantrell submitted two proposals con- 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST. 1971 



Page Three 



cerning increasing the Board of Control to nine 
members, asking that these proposals be sent out 
by referendum. Richard Vincent seconded the 
motion. After a general discussion, Richard Vin- 
cent moved, seconded hy James T. Dotson, that 
Mr. Cantrell's motion be tabled. The motion was 
carried. 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by Roy L. 
Winchester, tliat all bills of the Association for 
the period begmning .'^pril 1, 1971, and ending 
May 31, 1971, be alloved. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



Waggener Golf Team is Champion 



Waggener Golfers Are Winners 




(Left to Right) Front How: Kim Elevens, Ed Lowiy. 
Second Row: Jim Hutson, Bill Leavell, Coach James 
Baber. (Inset) Jim Byington, Tates Creelt, individual 
champion. 

The Waggener High School Golf team won the 
1971 State Tournarrent. held at the Lindsey Golf 
Course, Fort Knox, on May 18-19. Jim Byington 
of the Tates Creek High School was the winner 
in the State Individual Tournament, held at the 
Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox, a week later. 
Both tournaments were managed by Mr. John 
Hackett of Fort Knox. 

Scores of the leading teams were: Waggener, 
6.'24; Madisonville-Norfh Hopkins, 626; Dixie 
Heights, 636- Bowhng Green, 640; Tates Creek, 
641; Covington Cathohc, 642; Frankhn County, 
642; Fort Campbell, 642; Middlesboro, 644; Wes- 
tern, 647; Trinity. 651; Paul Blazer, 671. 

Individual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were: 

145-Byington {Tates Creek) 

1.50-Six (Bowling Green). Schardein (Bowling 

(Green) 
151-King (Laurel County) 

152-Kirkpatrick (Owensboro), Judson (Bardstown) 
153-Montgomery (Washington County), Gouch 

(Beechv.'Ood) 
154-Lowry (Waggner), Mitchell (Caldwell County) 
In5-R;dd]e (Madisonville). Rogers (Bowling Green) 
1.^6-Scott (St. Xavier) 
157-Montgomery (St. Xavier), Jones (Hopkins- 

ville), lovine (Middlesboro), Coy (Danville), 

Freeman (Russellville), Romanoff (DeSales) 
l.'iS-Campbell (Fulton), Rucker (Model) 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Marilyn Burns, Myra 
VanHoose (Lafayette, individual champion). Second Row: 
Vicki Vatter, Julie Baldwin, Margie Hoagland. 

The Seventh K.H.S.A.A. State Golf Tourna- 
ment for Girls was held at the Maysville Countrj' 
Club on May 18-19. The Waggener team won the 
championship, in a sudden-death playoff with 
Kentuck.v Home School, with a score of 756. Myra 
VanHoose of Lafayette was the individual winner 
for the second straight year, with a score of 169. 
The tournament was managed bv Miss Matilda 
Walker of the Ballard High School'. 

Fifteen full teams competed in the tourna- 
ment, having qualified in regional competition. 
These teams and their scores were: Waggener, 
756; Kentuckv Home School, 756; Lafavette, 784; 
Greenville, 843; Paul Blazer, 847, Glasgow, 862; 
Bowling Green, 868; Tates Creek, 909; Henderson 
Countv. 913; Stanford. 925; Danville. 927; Mays- 
ville, 932; Dixie Heights, 938; Franklin Countv, 
949; Frankfort, 1,029. 

Indi\'idual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were; 

169-VanHoose (Lafayette) 
171-Burns (Waggener) 
178-Lear (Tates Creek) 
180-Crawford (Kentucky Home School) 
182-Rogan (Middlesboro). Henley (Lafay- 
ette), Sandefur (Glasgow) 
183-Stough (Kentucky Home School) 



186-Radford (Kentucky 
Moore (Bowling Green) 
189-McGuffey (Stanford) 
192-Powell (Clark County) 
193-Hoagland (Waggener) 



Home School) , 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



Kl^NTUCKY HLGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA 

Louisville, Kentucky, May 21, 1971 
Eastern High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1971 




(Lefl lo Rightl Front Row: L. Gildea, S. Ragen. L. Marcus. P. Hamblin, W. Martin, T. Rickets, K Kruse N. 
Lurman, S. Hardin, Mgr. H, Trowell. Second Row: B. Smi-h, S. Froman, K. Krawiec, H, Humphrey, L. Mussman, D. 
Shelburn, R. Bald, C. Dow, C. Block. Third Row; P. Hatton. L. While. P. Fulton, J. Clark, P. Mareland, C. Flanagan, 
D. McCoy, P. Best. S. Davis. Fourth Row: F. Dickerson, N. Owens, M. Woods, M. Dow, R. Martin, C. Lowe, A. 
Woods. F. Thornton. P. Calvert, C. James. Fifth Row: Coach T. Abbott Mgr B. Trowell. 



50 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Underwood-Fairdale 

2. Delozier-Southern 

3. Hardin-Fairdale 

4. Stroud-Shawnee 

5. Smith-Shawnee 



880 Yard Run- 



Time-7.5 



80 Yard Hurdles- 



Hardin-Fairdale 

Schafer-Ballard 

Delozier-Southern 

Smith-Valley 

Davis-Male 



SO Yard Dash- 



1 



Da\.i.s-Eaytern 
Milsap-Male 
Sweeney-Durrett 
Mat tingly- West port 
Logan-Central 



100 Yard Dash— 



Marcu.s -Central 
Logan-Central 
Davis-Eastern 
Sadler-Fairdale 
Thorn ton -Thorn as 



Tinie-6.1 



Jefferson 
Time-10.8 



Do\\'-Eastern 

Shelburn-Eastern 

Holt-Central 

Ruark-Moore 

Sweeney-Durrett 



Tinie-2:24.5 



440 Yard Relay- 



Fern Creek 

Eastern 

Thomas Jeffersoii 

Southern 

Fairdale 



Time-50.5 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Eastern 

2. Thomas Jefferson 

3. Male 

4. Fern Creek 



5. Western 



Time-1:45.7 



380 Yard Medley Relay- 



Marcus set a new state record with 
her lime of 10.8. 

220 Yard Dash- 



Eastern 

Male 

Jefferstown 
Stuart 
Southern 



Time-1:53.6 



1. McManus-Central 

2. Sadler-Fairdale 
.'i Logan-Central 

4. Davis-Eastern 

5. Thornton-Thomas Jefferson 

Time-24.3 

McMa^us set a new stale record with 
her time of 24.3. 



Mile Relay — 

1. Eastern 

2. Durrett 

3. Ballard 

4. Western 

5. Moore 



440 Yard Dash- 



Eastern set 
event with the 



Time-4:10.7 

I record in tliis n 
time o£ 4:10.7. 



1. 



McManus-Central 
Holt-Centr£il 
Dow-Eastem 
Martin-Eastern 



Shot Put- 



Tirne-56..5 



McManus set a new state record with 
her time of 56.5. 



Laha -Southern 

DiUman-Fairdale 

Jordan-Central 

Copeland-Male 

Barnett-VaUey 



Distance-36' 



Discus — 

1. Laha-Southern 

2. Mitchell-Eastern 

3. Ellis-Stuart 

4. Riley-Jeffersontown 

5. Rice-Durrett 

Distance-U9' 



Laha set : 
ler distance 



I new state 
of 119' 5". 



record with 



Kigh Jump — 

1- Abra:"ns-Assuinption 

2. Underwood-Fairdale 

3. Schafer-Ballard 

4. Adams-Valley 

5. Boehniein-Durrett 

Height-5 



Abrams tied 
her height of 5' 

Long Jump — 



the state 
1 1/4". 



1 1/4" 
record with 



Sadler-Fairdale 
Drake-Durrett 
Cooper-Fern Creek 
Anderson-Thomas Jefferson 
Smith-Eastern 

Distance-16' 4 1/4" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Eastern G2 

Central 36 

Fairdale 27 

Southern 22 

Durrett IS 

Male 14 

Thomas Jefferson 11 

Fern Creek 11 

Ballard 10 

Assumption 6 

Jeffersontown 5 

Valley 5 

Stuart 5 

Sha%vnee 3 

Western 3 

Moore 3 

Westport 2 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



Page Five 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEH1 — CTASS AA 

Lexington, Kenlucky, May 22, 1971 
Bryan Station High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Cluimpion 1971 




(Lefl to Right) Front Row: M. Briscoe, J, Yunker, R. Hii;coc, A. Greer, M, Briiins G Smith D Virgil, R. 
Pulliani. Second Row: R. Harr, R. Thomas, M. McFadde i, R. Brown, W. Drosche, R, Chapman, B. Tatum, T. 
Harbol. Third Row: Coach P, Woodall, I. Hunt, R. Thomo on, G. Milchsli, T. Kerns, T. Gill, L. Geralds, P. Davis, 
W. Hardir,, W. Hocker. 



IGO Yard Dash— 

1 Gallicluo-Newport Catholic 

2. Hamilton-Bryan Station 

3. Wilson-PadLicah Tilghtnan 
4 Welch-Elizabethtown 

5. Me^■thaler-0\vensboro 

Time-lO.n 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Hamilton-Br\'an Station 

2 Gallicltio-Newport Catholic 

3 Cleaver-Meade "County 

4. Wilson-Paducah Tilghman 
?> Mc\'thalei"-O\vensboro 

Time-22.1 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Clcaver-Meade Cot^nt^■ 

2. Taylor-Lafayette 

3. HoLtsle>'-Holmes 

4 IVlilliken-Paducah Tilghman 

5 Patterson-Knox Central 

Time-5<1.2 



880 Yard Run — 



Harbdt-Bryan Station 

Wooldrid.ge-Owensboro 

McHie-Ashland 

H oilman-Highlands 

Stodghill-Shelby County 

Time-1;57.0 



Mile Run — 



1. 



Smith-Knox Central 
Draper-Daviess "County 
Bruins-Bryan Station 
Miller-Highlands 
Sanipson-Bo\-d County 

Time-4:30 



2 Mile Run- 



1 



1. Shaw-Paducah Tilghman 

2. Jones-Lafayette 

3. Green-Holmes 

4. Douglas-Russell 

5. Bovd-Danville 

Tlme-15.1 



ISO Yard Low Hurdles— 

'CaudiIl-Lafa\-ette 
Clark-Boone County 
Fatilkner-Paducah Tilghmaii 
Marshall-Oldham County 
Tomplcins-Heiiderson 

Time-19,f) 

830 Yard Relay— 

1. Eii,'-al5ethto\vn 

2. 0\\ ensboro 

3. Newport Catholic 
4 Russell 

5, Taylor County 



Tiine-l:31 -1 



Mile Relay — 



Bi'yan Statiori 
Henderson 
Highlands 
Paducah Tilghman 
Meade Coimty 

Time-3:24.a 



Shot Put— 

1, Hardin-Bryan Station 
2 Zirko-Madisonville 

3. Ankenbaiu" -"Covington Catholic 

4. Ikard -Somerset 
.5 Dillow-Russell 

Distance-53" 9" 

Pole Vault — 

1. Koilross-Lafa.vette 

2. Nonwieler-Daviess Coimty 

3. Pecheux-Russell 

4. Radford-Hopkinsville 
ri. Dorse\'-North Hardin 

Height-13' 6"' 



Potts-Owensboro 
2 Hadlev-Adair County 

3. Lloyd-Shelby County 

4. Linnemann-CovingtOii Catholic 

5. Sparks-Johnson Central 

Time-9:31.9 
Polls set a new slale record wilh 
his lime of 9:31.9, 

120 Yard High Hurdles- 



High Jump — 



Chapman-Bryan Station 
Thomas-Danville 
McKinney-North Hardin 
Kleykamp-AsMand 
Swift-Owensboro 

Height-6' 4"" 

Long Jump — 

1. McKinney-North Hardin 

2. Freeman-Lafavette 

3. Taylor-Adair County 

4. Swift-Owensboro 

5. Dillard-Christian County 

Distance-22' 3" 



Triple Jump — 

1. 0\\ ens-Woodford County 

2. McKmney-North Hardiii 

3. Halhday-Ashland 

4 Harriford-Paducah Tilghman 
5. Embret'-LaRue "County 

Distance-48" 4" 



1. Hardni-Bryan Station 

2. Zirko-Madisonville 

3. Bathiany-Highlands 
4- Borders-Glasgow 

i. Sparks-Johnson Central 
Distance-161' 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bryan Station 43 

Lafayette 24 

Paducah Tilghman 20 

Owensboro . 19 

Norlh Hardin 14 

Newport Catholic . 13 

Highlands 19 

Meade County .. 10 

Ashland 8 

Daviess County .. 8 

Madisonville 8 

Elizabethtown 8 

Russell 71,2 

Knox Central 7 

Adair County . 7 

Covington Holmes 6 

Woodford County __ 6 

Danville .. 5 

Covinglon Catholic 5 

Henderson . 5 

Boo.ne County 4 

Shelby County 4 

Hopkinsville 2V2 

Oldham County ... 2 

Johnson Central 2 

Glasgow . 2 

Somersel -. 2 

Taylor Counly I 

LaRue Counly 1 

Boyd Counly 1 

Christian County 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AA 

Lexinglon, Kentucky, May 22, 1971 

Franklin County High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1971 




'Lefl to Right) Front Row: P. Combs, B. Tignor, S. Smotherman, G. Wise, T. Vance, J. Harshaw. Second Row: 
Coach H. Tipton, M. Insko, K. Webb, L. Moore, D. Condreva, Coach J, Wright. 



50 Yard Hurdles— 



1. 



Sleet-Boyle County 
Webb-Franklin County 
Meadows- Ashland 
Iruin-Christian County 
Chambers-Henderson 

Tinie-7.3 



80 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Sleet-Bovle County 

2. Hafer-North Marshall 

3. Chambers-Henderson 

4. Webb-Franklin County 

5. Meadows-Ashland 

Tiine-U.3 
Sleet set a record in this new event 
with her time of 11.3. 

50 Yard Dash— 



880 Yard Run — 

1. Rice-Bo.yd County 

2. Condreva-Franklin County 

3. Garth-'Christian County 

4. Bvrun-MadisonviUe 

5. Nichlos-BulUtt Central 

Time-2:29.3 

■140 Yard Relay— 

1. 0\\en.sboro 

2. Franklin County 

3. Paducah Tilglirnan 

4. Ashland 

,5, Boone County 



1. 



Shau-Paducah Tilghman 
Combs-Franklin County 
Dowell-Meade County 
Abrams-LaRue County 
La wson- Ashland 

Time-6.2 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Combs-Franklin County 

2. Shaw-Pad ucah Tilghman 

3. Johnson-Fort Knox 

4. Lewis-Fleming County 

5. Harris-Franklin-Simpson 

Time-11.3 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Hutsell-Tates Creek 

2. Carruthers-Paducah Tilghman 

3. McNary-Owensboro 

4. Boulware-North Hardin 

5. Lewis-Fleming County 

Time-26.8 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Moorman-Owensboro 

2. Caldwell-Christian County 

3. Sanders-FIeminc County 

4. Moore-Franklin County 

5. Martin-Dixie Heights 

Time-58.5 



Time-50.3 



880 Yard Relay- 

1. Franklin County 

2. Christian County 

3. Fleming County 

4. Russell County 

5. Conner 



Time-1:49.5 

880 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Owensboro 

2. Christian County 

3. Fort Knox 

4. Harrison County 

5. Conner 

Time-l:51.3 
Owensboro set a new stale record 
with the time of 1:51.3. 

Mile Relay — 

1. Franklin County 

2. Paducah Tilghman 

3. Madisonville 

4. Fort Knox 

5. Fleming County 

Time-4:18.8 

Shot Put— 

1. Shumpert-Paducah Tilghman 

2. Dean-Jessamine County 

3. Rodmon-Adair Coimty 

4. Thomas-Ashland 

.5. Wigginton-Daviess Count.y 

Distance-40' 5 i/4" 
Shumpert set a new state record 
with her distance of 40' .5 1/4". 



Discus — 

1. Thomas-Ashland 

2. Redmon-Adair County 

3. Shumpert-Paducah Tilghman 

4. Hawkins-Harrison County 

5. Rowan-Owensboro 

Distance-109' 9 1/2" 

High Jump — 

Elliott-Owensboro 
Hutsell-Tates Creek 
Hodge-LaRue County 
Johnson-Fort Knox 
Green well -Paducah Tilghman 
Height-4' 11" 

Long Jump — 

1. Hutsell-Tates Creek 

2. Shumpert-Paducah Tilgliman 

3. Graham-Fleming County 

4. Vaughn-Boone County 

5. Sleet-Boyle County 

Height-16' 9" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Franklin County 38 

Paducah Tilghman .. 35 

Owensboro 28 

Christian County 17 

Tales Creek 15 

Ashland . 15 

Boyle County 13 

Fleming County ... 13 

Fort Knox 11 

Adair County . 7 

Boyd County 6 

Madisonville 5 

I.aRue County 5 

Henderson County .. 4 

North Marshall 4 

Harrison County . 4 

Jessamine County 4 

Boone County 3 

Meade County . — 3 

Russell County 2 

Conner ... 2 

North Hardin 2 

Franklin-Simpson 1 

Dixie Heights ... 1 

Bullitt Central 1 

Daviess County . 1 



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Page Seven 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS A 

Lexinglon, Kentucky. May 22, 1971 

Bardstown High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1971 






iB'^^yi-rfj-' ' 




(Left to Riqht) Front Row: K. Brumley, C. Smith, Da'c Dov.-ns, Dennis Downs, Second Row: J. Willeit, J. L. 
Phillips, J. Bivens, C. Spalding. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Johnson-Frankfort 

2. Gatewood-Mt. Sterling 

3. Phillips-Baidstown 

4. Smith-Grant County 

5. Blanton-Murrav 

Tiine-10.3 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. West-Fort Campbell 

2. Watkms-Paris 

3. Gatewood-Mt. Sterhng 
4 Taylor-RussellviUe 

5. Yager-Carroll County 

fime-22,9 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Stoerzer-Lexington Catholic 

2. Boyd-Bath County 

3. Douns-Bardstown 

4. Johnson-Jenkins 

5. Samson-Park City 

Time-ol.T 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Asnel-Paris 

2. Coffey-Monticello 

3. Albert-St. Mary's 

4. Criscillis-Williamsburg 
.5. Northern-RussellviUe 

Time-2:01.8 

Mile Run — 

1. Dieruf-Frankfort 

2. Lehew-Bishop Brossart 

3. Gregor-Louisville County Day 

4. Willoughby-Crittenden County 

5. Bennett-Lynn "Camp 

Time-4:36,9 
2 Mile Run — 

1. Milby-Greensburg 

2. McGown-Frankfort 

3. Durbin-St. Mary's 

4. Ferrell-Monticello 

5. Wright-Jenkins 

Time-9:58,0 

120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Francis-Raceland 

2. West-Fort Campbell 

3. Honeycutt-Hiseville 

4. Webb-Lexington Catholic 

5. Bond-Louis ,'ille Country Day 

Time-15.3 



ISO Yard Low Hurdles- 

1 West-Fort Campbell 

2, Francis-Raceland 

3, Webb-Lexington Catholic 

4, McKinney-Russeliville 

n Kirkpatrick-K\-. Military Inst. 
Time-20,7 

880 Yard Relay— 

Bardstown 
Frankfort 
Trigg County 
Russellyille 
Mt. Sterling 

Time-l:33.S 

Mile Relay — 

1. Baixlstown 

2. Bath County 

3. Lexington Catholic 

4. Russellyille 

.5. Fort Campbell 

Time-3:34.7 
Pul— 

Biishong-Tompkinsville 
Hat ha wa.y- Providence 
Newsome-Model 
Rogers-Frankfort 
Pyles-CarroU County 
Perkins-Campbellsyille 

Distance-51' 8 3/4" 

Vault— 

Cliildress-Murray 
Edwards-Greensburg 
Wiedemann -Say re 
J ones-Tom pklnsville 
Tackett- Jen kins 

Height-ir 6" 

Jump — 

Jones-Murray 

SiiHth-Bardstown 

Elliott-Belleyue 

Smoot-Willianrsburg 

Snowden-Sayre 



Triple Jump- 



Shot 
1 



Pole 

1. 

3^ 

4. 



High 

1. 

2. 
3. 
3. 



Height-6' 
Long Jump — 

1. Starks-Providence 

2. Smith-Bardstown 

3. Haley-Pikeyille 

4. Norris-'Cumberland 

5. Harris-Fleming-Neon 

Distance-21' 3 1/4" 



iviii-lz;ardslo\\ n 

2. Starks-Proyidence 

3. Berry-Frankfort 

4. Smoot-Williamsburg 

5. McKinne\'-RLissellville 

Distance-45' 1" 

Discus — 

1. Hathaua.N-Providence 

2. Rogers-Frankfort 

3. Grotty-Pendleton County 

4. Elswick-Jenkins 

5. Allen-Prichard 

Distance-155' 3" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bardstown 32 

Frankfort 29 

Providence . 20 

Fori Campbell . 17 

Lexinglon Catholic 14 

Murray ... 13 

Raceland 10 

Greensburg 10 

Russellyille 10 

Paris 10 

Tompkinsville . 8 

Ml. Sterling 8 

Bath County 8 

Williamsburg 6*,i 

Jenkins 6 

Monlicello . 6 

St. Mary's 6 

Sayre 4 

Louisville Counlry Day 4 

Bishop Brossart 4 

Pikeville .__ 3 

Model 3 

Trigg Counfy 3 

Hiseville 3 

Pendleton County 3 

Bellevue _ 2\i 



Crillenden County 

Cumberland 

Carroll County _ 

Lyn.n Camp 

Park City 

K. M, I, 

Fleming County 

Prichard 

Campbellsville - 



M 



Paae Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS A 

Lexington, Kentucky, May 22, 1971 
Lexington Catholic High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1971 




(Lefl io Right! Fronl Row: C. Kinskey, R. Phillips. Second Row: M. Bryanl, L. Taltershall, T. Burry, S. Warren, 
D. Silvestri, L. Godlpwski. Third Row: B. Bryanl, C. VanWinkle, S. Bishop, M. Bausch, K. Kinder, S. Mallack, D. 
Patlerson, J. Warren. Fourlh Row: M. Bell, S. Heisler, M. Shaw, J. Schrauder, D. Swinlosky, L. Bell. 



50 Yard Hurdles— 

' Burrv-Lexington Catholic 
Teeters-Ballard Memorial 
Xeal-Russellville 
Williams-Greensburg 
Haley-Pikeville 

Time-7,3 



80 Yard Hurdles — 

1 Burrv-Lexington Catholic 

*> Teeters-Ballard Memorial 

3. Richardson-Bath County 

4. Barganier-Can-oU County 
.". Williams-Greensburg 

Time-11.3 



50 Yard Dash— 

Walker-Harlan 
Wilcher-Mereer County 
Rambo-Dawson Springs 
Thomberry-Pendleton County 
Routt-Maysville 

Time-6.3 



380 Yard Run — 

1. Wliite-Georgetown 

2. Blakeman-Greensburg 

3. Steward-MaysviUe 

4. Adams-Carroll County 

5. Shipley-Park City 

Time-2:32.0 



440 Yard Relay— 

X. Lexington Catholic 

2. Trigg County 

3. Russellville 

4. Carroll County 

5. Maysville 



Time-53.1 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Trigg County 

2. Lexington Catholic 

3. Carroll County 

4. Russellville 

5. Burgin 

Time-1:D2.3 



Discus — 

1. Little-Fatrview 

2. Canine-Carroll County 

3. Mathews-Temple Hill 

4. Wilson-Oneida 

5. Yates-Ballard Memorial 
5. BaU-Williamsburg 

Distance-103' 11 1/4" 

High Jump — 

1. Piers-St. Mary's 

2. Browning-Carroll County 

3. Walker-Harlan 
3. Waugh-Prichard 

5. Caldwell-Greensburg 

Height-4' 11" 



Long Jump — 



1. Walker-Harlan 

2. Mumphrey-Carroll County 

3. Frasier-Providence 

4. .Jackson-Frankfort 

5. Blakeman-Greensburg 

Height-17' l" 



100 Yard Dash— 



Walker-Harlan 
Davis-Nicholas County 
Smith-Maysville 
Nichols-Georgetown 
Rambo-Dawson Springs 

Time-11.4 



220 Yard Dash — 



Da\'is-Nicholas County 
Robinson -Harlan 
Townsend-Frankfort 
Curnall -Russellville 
Diggs-Trigg County 

Time-26.0 



440 Yard Dash- 



To wnsend-Frankfort 
Mitchell-Greensburg 
Jones-Bath County 
Baker-Russellville 
Crump-Trlgg County 

Time-l:01.0 



880 Yard Medley Relay- 

1. Russellville 

2. Lexmgton Catholic 

3. Harlan 

4. Nicholas County 
.5. Trigg County 

Time-1:56.5 



Mile Relay — 

1. Lexmgton Catholic 

2. Trigg County 

3. Harlan 

4. Greensburg 

5. Bath County 

Time-4:23.6 

Shot Put — 



1. 



Matthews-Temple Hill 
Parrish-Henry County 
Little-Fairview 
Frasier-Providence 
Ledford-Oneida 

Distance-35' 4 3/4" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Lexington Calhol'.c 32 

Harlan „_ 30i,2 

Carroll County 21 

Trigg Counly 17 

Russellville ... 15 

Nicholas Counly 13 

Greensburg 13 

Frankfort 11 

Fairview 9 

Temple Hill 9 

Georgetown 8 

Maysville __ 8 

Ballard Memorial IVz 

Bath Counly 7 

St. Mary's 6 

Providence . 5 

Pikeville 4 

Henry Counly ... 4 

Mercer County 4 

Dawrson Springs ... 4 

Oneida __ 3 

Prichard 2V2 

Pendleton Counly . 2 

St. Camillus 2 

Burgin 1 

Park Cily 1 

Williamsburg V2 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



Page Nine 



Thirty-Eighth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Boys 

Louisville, June 11-12, 1971 

SINGLES 





Sims- Trinity 
McDonald-Butler 


Sims 
6-0; 6-1 


QUARTER- 
FINALS 

Sims 
6-1; 6-0 


SEMI- 
FINALS 

Sims 
6-2: 6-0 


FINALS 




Gittleman 
6-2; 6-0 






Gittleman-Ballard 
Haminer-Tompkinsvill 

~ 1 Logan-Shelby ville 
~ Schell-Owensboro 

Feighery-Cov. Catholi 
Massie-Henry Clay 
Algood-Henderson 
Weidrick-Dein ville 
Boling-Bowling Greer 
Purcell-Murray 






Schell 
6-2; 6-3 

Algood 
6-0; 4-6; 

Plock 
7-5; 6-0 


10-8 






Schell 
6-4; 6-3 

Massie 
6-0: 6-2 

Algood 
6-0; 6-1 




Clai-k-Paul Blazer 
Logan-Shelbyville 


Plock 

3-6: 6-4: 6-0 


Plock 

3-6; 6-0; 6-2 




Boling 
6-3; 6-1 






Walsh 

6-3; 6-0 

- 

Plock 
6-2; 6-3 




Schwartz-Cov. Cath. 


-] Catlett-Butler 




Catlett-Butler 


-Walsh- Trinity 
Lucas-Georgetown 
Plock-BaUard 



















DOUBLES 



Seneca 
Model 



Glasgow 


SEMI- 
FINALS 

St. Xavier 
6-1; 6-2 

Hichlands 

6-1: 2-6; 6-3 



Seneca 
7-9; 6-3; 6-1 


FINALS 

St. Xavier 
7-5; 6-2 




St. Xavier 








Owensboro 


Henry Clay 
6-3; 6-1 




Highlands 




Doss 


St. Xavier 
5-7; 6-2; 11-9 






Seneca 


Henry Clay 
6-3; 6-2 




Caldwell County 




Henry Clay 







?aee Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



Kentucky High School Baseball Tournament 
Sports Center .University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 

June 8-10, 1971 



Trinity (12) 
CampbeUsviHe (2) 
Rowan County (6) 

Mayfield (1) 

Campbell County (12) 
Jessamine County (2) 
Daviess County (4) 
Somerset (2) 



Ti-inity (6) 



Rowan Count y (1) 



'Rowan County (9) 



Tournament Officials 
Bunny Davis. Danville 
Louis Frankel, Louisville 
Don Hardin. Morehead 
Jerrj' Ktmmel, Beechmont 
Paul Lamb. Lexington 
Eldridgo Rogers, Hopkinsville 
Richard Urlage. Ft. Thomas 
Shelby Winfrey. Campbells- 
ville 



Campbell County (1) 



iDaviess County (2) 



Daviess County (3) 



Daviess County 
Champion 



All-Tournament Team 
lb-Neil Bradford. Trinity 
2b-Gary Combs, Campbell Co. 
3b-John Church. Daviess Co. 
ss-Jim Sherrill, Trinity 
of-Terrv Schwartz. Campbell 

Co. 
of-BOly Fouch, Rowan Co. 
of-Roger Acton, Daviess Co. 
c-Gary Cisco, Rowan Co. 
p-John Ferrell. Daviess Co. 
D-Terry Fugate, Rowan Co. 



Twelfth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Girls 

Louisville, June 11-12, 1971 

SINGLES 





OUARTER- 


SEMI 


FINALS 




FINALS 


FINALS 




Tafel-Sacred Heart 


Tafel 
— 6-2; 6-1 






Bilger-Bellevue 


y Miller 

4-6; 6-2; 6-3 


Tafel 
6-1; 6-1 








Miller-Henderson Count 






Pages-Danville 




Tafel 






6-4; 6-1 


Lindsay-Angela Merci 


Holmes 
16-1; 6-0 






Holmes-Glasgow 




Metzroth 
6-3; 5-7; 6-2 






Mpt7.rnth 


Metzroth-Iroquois 






6-2; 1-6; 6-4 


Boone-Henry Clay 


— ■ 


Watson-Henry Clay 


— Watson 






Gary-Christian County 


6-0; 6-1 

- 


Watson 






— Kohrs 

2-6; 6-3; 6-3 


G-0; 6-1 


Gillim 


Kohrs-Bellevue 




Pichardo-Glasgow 








Jones-Sacred Heart 
Leveronne-Angela Merci 


— , Jones 
6-2; 6-1 


Gillim 
7-5; 6-3 


6-4; 9-11; 6-2 






Watson-Model 


— Gillim 






Gillim-CoUegiate 


7-5; 6-3 







Tafel 

6-3; 2-6; 6-2 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



Page Eleven 



Atherton 



Highlands 



Loretta 



Eastern 



Hopkinsville 



Somerset 



Henry Clay 



Bowling Green 



SEMI- 
FINALS 

Highlands 
7-5; 6-3 



Henry Clay 
6-3: 6-4 



DOUBLES 

FINALS 





Highlands 
5-7; 6-3; 6-2 




Eastern 
6-1; 10-8 






Hopkinsville 
6-2; 6-0 


Henry Clay 
3-6; 6-4; 7-5 


Highlands 
6-3; 6-3 







AUDIT 

{Continued from page One) 

Track: 

Regional Expenses S 1.982.11 

Trophies and Medals 9.400.14 

Officials (Stale Meets) 1.083.20 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(Stale Meets) 9.398.95 

New Equipment 30.00 

Ticket Sellars and Takers 

(Stale Meets) 80.00 

Miscellajieous Expenses 

(State Meets) 118.90 

Baseball: 

Refunds on District Tournament 

Deficits S 1.369.85 

Trophies and Awards 2.620.48 

Refunds on Regional Tournamenl 

Deficits 151.55 

Baseballs (State Tournament) 64.05 

Transportation 

(State Tournament) 574.70 

Meals (Slate Tournament) 1,377.00 

Lodging (State Tournament) 1,280.00 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 

(Slate Tournament) 97.00 

Public Address Announcers 90.00 

Scorer (State Tournament) 25.00 

Umpires (State Tournament) 841.85 

Groundsmen (State Tournament) 86.00 
Miscellaneous Expenses 

(State Tournament) 32.75 

Cross Country: 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Tournament) S 1.225.50 

Trophies and Awards 1,512.12 

Expenses-Regional Meets 21.04 

Expenses-State Meets 146.77 

Football Playoffs: 

Printing S 265.10 

Trophies and Awards 1,097,29 

Transportation 695.00 

Lodging 640.00 

Meals 1,830.00 

Field Rental - Additional Labor ._ 1.220.50 

Officials . 536.00 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 603.95 

P. A. & Scoreboard 70.00 

Insurance 61.00 

Footballs 132.00 

Incidental Expenses - 

Board Grant 6,000.00 

Towel Service 20.00 

Press Box Expenses 42.24 

Special Police 261.25 

Honorarium & Expenses - 

Game Managers 380.65 

Miscellaneous Expenses 15.00 

Usher Service 160.00 

Rifle Marksmanship: 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(Slate Tour,nament) S 372.20 

Trophies and Awards 80.25 

Officials (State Tournament) 75.00 

Wrestling: 

Expenses-State Committee S 661.31 



22,093.30 



14,030.07 



527.55 



Trophies and Awards 

Officials (State Tournament) 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Tournament) 

Printing .. 

Rentals (State Tournament) 

Custodial Service 

(State Tournament) 

Police (State Tournament) 

Refunds on Regional 

Tournan:ent Deficits __. 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 

(Stale Tournament) _ 



Gymnastics; 

Expenses-State Commillee S 

Trophies and Awards 

Oflicials (Stale Meets) 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(Stale Meets) 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

(Slate Meets) 

Tolal Disbursements 

Receipts 

Disbursements 



730.71 
812.00 

1.143.35 

53.75 

320.00 

223.38 
275.25 

249.50 

90.00 

205.00 
224.42 
344.75 

536.50 

131.49 



S 351.042.96 

S 384.178.77 

- 351,042.96 



1971 



Cash Balance S 

BANK RECONCILEMENT 

Balance per bank statement. June 30, 
Less Outstanding Checks: 

No. 950 _ S 48.00 

No. 1030 25.60 

25.72 
27.40 
26.50 
36.00 
26.50 
60.00 
13.20 
13.20 
57.90 
64.20 
38.60 
57.90 
62.40 
38.60 
19.80 
180.00 
5.40 
2.87 



33,135.81 
34.415.82 





No. 


1086 




No. 


1088 


3,610.22 


No. 


1123 




No. 


1146 




No. 


1164 




No. 


1188 




No. 


1257 




No. 


1258 




No. 


1260 


2,905.43 


No. 


1264 




No. 


126b 




No. 


1271 




No. 


1274 




No, 


1275 




No. 


1277 




No, 


1308 




No. 


1309 




No. 


1310 




No. 


1311 




No. 


1312 



1311 180.07 

312 270.15 



1.280.01 



True Bank Balance June 30. 1971 S 33,135.81 

1971 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Ticket Sales 5241,507.50 

Profit on Programs 4,497.52 

Radio Fees 3,200.00 

Television Fee 9,200.00 

Redeposit __ 76.00 5 258,481.02 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 

Trophies and Awards _ 

Postage 

Insurance 



1,728.98 
823.30 
200.00 

1,492.00 



Pasc Twelve THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 

Girls' Tennis Winners DISBURSEMENTS: 

Insurance Premiums - -- S 2,613.85 

^ yi-X V-V[-^C»_, g|. •i f l A ^ iJ Second Nafl Bank & Trust Co.- 

. y^^S&.^W.-*^ w || ] | nr n i5S Cerlificatp of deposil 10,000.00 

BanJt of Commerce-Certificate of 

Deposit -- 5.000.00 

Bank Service Charges 3.00 17,616.85 

V ':.? ji>38^^^^^Bk. ^^^S^^^BH ^V^a^SBHS cash Balance S 3,098.84 

, „ K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

iC^M«ESSb^^B Cash Balance-lst Security Nat'l Bank 

& Trust Co, __ _S 33,135.81 

U. S. Savings Bonds (value. June 30, 19711 84,703.00 

Savings Certificate-Central Ba.nk & Trust Co. 10,000.00 

, mCt^ Savings Accounl-lst Federal S. & L. Ass'n 10,000.00 

1 ■ \ £^^r Vfi Savings Account-Union Fed. S. & L. Ass'n .. _ 10,000.00 

k ^-^ i i^r^V^B Savings Account-Lexington Fed. S. & L. Ass'n 10,000.00 

/ ??^ ■>■■ SK -. H 

p ,,• i- ! ■ »| ■ -» jn Total Funds on Hand, June 30, 1971 S 157,843.81 

' Ji! .¥ m§ HH Estimated Value of K.H.S.A.A. Building & 

^ ; \ P*^ ^"l Equipment _ 174,883,34 

, .-xss ^ Total K.H.S.A.A. Assets _- S 332,727.15 

(Left to Right) Kathy Etcher, Polly Foureman, K H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT FUND ASSETS: 
Highlands, state championship doubles team. (In- casn Baiance-ist security Nafi Bank 
set) Tei-i Tafel, Sacred Heart, state singles cham- -*'J7^' c° „ ^ , ^ r-" ,-,■-, ^ .n'Snn'nn 

. ' ' o uentral Bank & Trust Co. -Certificate 10,000.00 

Pion. Bank of Commerce-Certificate 15,000.00 

Ift Federal S. & L. Ass'n-Certificales 9,000.00 

Isl Fed. S. & L. Ass'n-Savings Account 4,171.18 

Stale Championship Tennis Team ist security Nati Bank & Trust co.-savings 

^ Account ._^ 23,286.89 

">i\ ,\y^-\/ .','." Second Natl Bank & Trust Co.-Cerlificale 10,000.00 

;:;-^,'y'> 't n . , . j: Bank of Commerce-Certificate 5,000.00 

\ ^^^^^B^^^^^^^^Z.\ ^ Jt, .\'. ' J.' , Total Retirement Fund Assets S 79,556.91 





Louisville Male Rifle Team Wins 



(Left to Right; Tom Tafel, Bnan BevVar, St. 
Xaxier. state championship doubles team. (Inset) 
Gary Plock, Ballard, state singles champion. 



Incidental expenses (16) Teams 

Transportation 


8,000.00 

1,691.80 

12,466.19 


Mea'.s 


15,954.83 


Coliseum Rental 


11,000.00 


Organist _ _ . „ 


60.00 


Officials' Fees and Expenses 

Scorers and Timers 

Shot Chart Keepers a,nd Statisticians 

Ushers 

Ticket Sellers, 

Ticket Takers and Guards 

Public Address Announcers 

Films -- 

Tovrel Service . - 


1,979.32 
759.50 
400.00 

2,640.00 

3,598,00 
320.00 
375.00 
220.95 


Miscellaneous Expenses- 
Tournament Manager 

Honorariums and Expenses- 


37.03 
2,337.45 


Bad Check __ 

Stale Sales Tax 


76.00 
11,664.79 


Police Room Expenses 


269.85 78,094.99 


Transfer of Funds-Amoujit Trans- 
ferred to K.H.S.A.A. as Tourna- 
ment Profit _ . __ 


S 180,386.03 




315.68 



BANK RECONCILEMENT 

Balance per bank statement, June 30, 1971 S 

Less Outstanding Check: 

No. 88 S315.68 

True Bank Balance June 30, 1971 ^ __ _„_S -0- 

1970-71 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance July 1, 1970 __. s 

Transferred from K.H.A.A. General 

Fu.nd 

Interest received from Saving and 

Loan Ass'n 

Interest received from Certificates of 

Deposii 

Sale of Matured U. S. Treasury Bill 



442.92 
5,000.00 



410.27 



862.50 
14,000.00 



20,715.69 



(Left to Right) Larry Woods, Larry Melone, Sam Bower- 
man, Michael Marriott, Charles Reed. Second Row: 
Referee John W. Paskey, Coach R. O. Berry. (Inset) Paul 
Paskey, Seneca, individual champion. 

The Louisville Male High School Rifle team 
won the 10th State Rifle Championship on April 
24, with the team score of 1379. Paul Paskey of 
the Seneca High School won individual honors 
for the .second year in a row, with 286 points. 

Eight teams competed in the tournament, 
which was held at the Thomas Jefferson High 
School. Major Weston Fairbanks of the Thomas 
.Tefferson High School managed the tournament. 
Seneca High School was second in scoring with 
137(j. and Thomas Jefferson High School was 
third with 136.5. Team and individual scores were 
as follows: 

Louisville Male (1379)— Reed, 284; Woods, 277; 
Malone, 276; Marriott, 274; Bowerman, 268. 

Seneca (1376)— Paskey, 286; Meredith, 282; 
Potter, 274; Raczkowski, 271; Demuth, 263. 

Thomas Jefferson (1365)— Ray, 284; Volz, 277, 
Towater, 269; Farmer, 268; Pittelko, 267. 

Paul G. Blazer (1344)— Stamper, 275; Wessel, 
270; McAlister. 269; Dunham, 268; Wolfe, 262. 

McKell (1261)— Potter, 283; Caplinger, 258; 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



Page Thirteen 



Bush, 252; Peliy, 249; Carter, 219. 

Owensboro (1257)— Reel, 276; Payne, 
Paris, 252; Ramsey, 250; Nash, 224. 



KentuL-ky Military Institute (1234)— Cook, 267; 
255; Parrott, 254: Zeleznik. 246; Chamness. 234; Bald- 
win, 233. 



Officials' Ratii/gs ou Sportsiuanship of K.H.S.A.A. 
Member Schools iu Basketball ]97(}-1971 



OTHER SCHOOL 



SCHOOL E 

Adair County 47 

Adairville 41 

Ahrens Trade 24 

Allen Count\- 36 

Anderson County S9 

Annville Institute 40 

Atherton 36 

Auburn 28 

Augusta 56 

Austin-Tracy 34 

Ballard 44 

Ballard Memorial 26 

Barbourville 34 

Bardstown 21 

Bath County 47 

Beechvvood 45 

Belfrv 46 

Bell County 47 

Bellevue 52 

Benton 43 

Berea 'Comniunity 30 

Betsy Layne 55 

Bishop Brossart 63 

Bishop David 22 

Boone County 45 

Bourbon County 53 

Bowling Green .32 

Boyd County 30 

Boyle County 40 

Bracken County 52 

Breathitt 59 

Breckinridge Co. .57 

Bremen 47 

Brodhead 40 

Bryan Station 46 

Buckhorn 37 

Bullitt Central 41 

Burgin 37 

Burnside 58 

Butler 38 

Butler County 28 

Caldwell County 23 

Calhourn 45 

Calloway County 39 

Campbell County 40 

Campbellsville 46 

Caneyville 37 

Carlisle County 45 

Carr Creek 36 

Carroll County 53 

Casey Countv 3D 

Catlettsburg 20 

Caverna 46 

Central 37 

Central City 36 

Chandler's Chapel 30 

Christian Count.v 51 

Clarkson 26 

Clay County 49 

Clinton Countv 20 

Combs Memorial 34 

Conner 40 

Corbin 44 

Cordia 38 

Covington Catii. .50 

Covington Latin 43 

Crab Orchard .39 

Crittenden County 15 

Cuba 22 

Cumberland 55 

Cumberland County 34 

Danville 65 

Daviess County 45 

Dawson Springs 32 

Dayton 46 

Demlng 52 

DeSales 39 

Dixie Heights 5.^ 

Dorton 56 

Doss 43 



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Page Fourteen 



SCHOOL 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 



OTHER SCHOOL 
COACH OFFICIALS CROWD 

EGFPEGFP EGF 



TEAM 
G F 



Drakesboro 47 

DuPont Manual 41 

Durrett 33 

Earlington 41 

East Hardin 63 

Eastern 54 

Edmonson Countv 26 

Elizabethtown 47 

Elkhorn City 45 

Eminence 42 

Estill County 30 

Eubank 57 

Eyarts 43 

Ezel 32 

Fairdale 51 

Fairyiew 41 

Fancy Farm 24 

Farminfiton 27 

Feds Creek 43 

Fern Creek 46 

Flaget 36 

Flemine County 37 

Fleming-Neon 37 

Fordsyille 39 

Fort Campbell 21 

Fort Knox 35 

Frankfort 67 

Franklin County 38 

Franklin-Simpson 45 

Frederick Fraize 41 

Fredonia 33 

Fulton IG 

Fulton County 20 

Gallatin County 38 

Gamaliel 17 

Garrard Countv 42 

Garrett 43 

George Rogers Clark 37 

Georgetown 42 

Glasgow 38 

Graham 27 

Grant County 56 

Greensburg 2D 

Greenup 46 

Greenyille 43 

Hancock Countv 43 

Harlan 52 

Harrison County 47 

Harrodsburg 56 

Hart County 42 

Hazard 37 

Hazel Green Academy 50 

Heath 31 

Henderson 42 

Henderson County 28 

Henderson Settlement 31 

Henry Clay 43 

Henry County 35 

Hickman Countv 29 

Highlands 50 

Hindman 54 

Hiseville 2D 

Hitchins 42 

Holmes 32 

Holy Cross 50 

Holy Family 51 

Hopkinsville 32 

Hughes-Kirk 45 

Hustonville 49 

Inez 53 

Iroquois 31 

Irvine 55 

Jackson City 37 

Jackson County 56 

James A. Cawood 41 

Jeffersontown 44 

Jenkins 44 

Jessamine County 50 

Johns Creek 42 

Johnson Central 33 

Kentucky Military Institute .- 29 

Kentucky School for Deaf 23 

Knott County 34 

Knox Central 27 

Lafayette 3D 

LaRue County 40 

Laurel County 48 

Leatherwood 35 

Lee County 51 

Leitchfield 45 

Leslie County 29 

Letcher 49 

Lewis County 32 

Lewisburg 34 

Lexington Catholic 51 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST. 1971 



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SCHOOL 

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Marion C. Moore 

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Maysville 

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M. C. Napier 

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Middlesboro 

Millard 

Millersburg Military Inst. __ 

Model Laboratory 

Montgomery County 

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Morgan County 

Mt. Sterling 

Mt. Vernon 

Muhlenberg Central 

Mullins 

Murray 

Nancy 

Nelson County 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Nicholas County 

North Hardin 

North Marshall 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 

Owsley County 

Paducah Tilgliman 

Paintsville 

Oakdale Christian 

Ohio County 

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Olive Hill 

Olmstead 

Oneida Institute 

Paris 

Park Citv — • 

Paul G. Blazer 

Pendleton 

Phelps 

Pike\'ille 

Pme Knot 

Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Portland Christian 

Powell County 

Prestonsburg 

Prichard 

Providence 

Pulaski County 

Raceland 

Red Bird 

Reidland 

Riverside Christian 

Rowan County 

Russell 

Russell County 

Russellville 

Sacramento 

St, Camillus Academy 

St. Catherine 

St. Henry 

St. Mary 

St. Patrick 

St. Romuald 

St. Thomas 









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Sixteen THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1971 




We have thousands 


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First-aid Supplies 






A.B.A. Cold Tablets 


Body Powder 


Fung-o-spray 




Adhesive Tape 


Butterfly Tablets 


Gauze 




Alcohol 


Carbonate Stick 


Glare Guard 




Am Caps 


Cotton 


Instant Ice 




Analgestic Liniment 


Cotton Applicators 


Iso-Quin 




Ankle Brace 


Cramergesic 


J & J Cream 




Ankle Weights 


Dextrotabs 


J & J Tape 




Ankle Wraps 


Dial-A-Tab 


Kleen Ball 




Aspirin 


Dry Smelling Salt 


Knee Braces 




Athletic Liniment 


Elastic Wraps 


Knee Pads 




Athletic Soap 


Elbow Pads 


Tape 




Ath-O-Gesic 


Felt 


Tape Remover 




Atomic Balm 


Firm Grip 


Tongue Depressors 




Atomic Rub-Down 


First Aid Kits 


Towels 




Band Aid 


Foam Rubber 


Training Kits 




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Savre 34 

Scott County 42 

Scottsville 25 

Sedalia 17 

Seneca 32 

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Shelby County 54 

Shelbyville 39 1 

Shopville 3G 

Silver Grove 35 I 

Simon Kenton 41 1 

Somerset 31 

South Hopkins 2o 

South Marshall 2r) 

Southern 48 

Stanford 34 

Stuart .',7 

Symsonia 45 

Tales Creek H 

Tavlor County 50 

Tavlorsville 40 

Temple Hill 42 

Thomas Jefferson 10 

Todd County Central 32 

ToUesboro 41 

Tompkinsville 37 

Trigg County 35 

Trimble County 63 

Trinity (Louisville) 55 

Trinity (Whitesville) 36 

Union County 41 

University Breckiru-idge 45 

VaUey 33 

Virgie 47 

Waggener 43 

Walton-Verona 62 

Warfield 36 

Warren Central 36 

Warren East 33 

Washington County 35 

Wayland 50 

Wa\-ne County 33 I 

Webster County 39 ! 

West Hardin 42 I 

West Hopkins 44 1 

Western (Louisville) 50 ! 

Western (Sinaii 30 1 

Westport 41 

Wheelwright 30 

WTiitesburg 35 

Whitley County 45 

Williamsburg 38 

Willlamstown 57 I 

Wingo 2r, I 

Wolfe County 54 

Woodford County 55 I 

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CAN ATHLETIC INJURIES AND COST 
OF ATHLETIC INSURANCE BE REDUCED? 

HERE ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS THAT WILL HELP: 
1. Secure a team physician. Your local Medical Society can advise on 



this. 



2. Require players to be physically fit and well conditioned before 
engaging in contact. 

3. Do not allow a player with an iniury to participate until he has 
medical appro\'al to do so, 

4. Make siu'c equipment is adequate, in good c<jnditi(.ni, and that is it 
properly worn. 

5. Consider carefully the lengtli of practice sessions. The latter part 
of lengthy sessions produces the most injuries. 

6. Require injuries to be reported to you promptly and refer those 
needing attention to the physician at once. 

7. Get your players interested in injury prevention and fitness. Any 
player is more valuable without casts and crutches. 

8. Our Cooperative Football Plan and Student Insurance provide 
excellent coverage, service and economy. 



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Life Department 

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The Player . . . 



1. He lives clean and plays hard. He plays for the love of the gatne. 

2. He v/ins ■without boasting, he loses without excuses and he never quits. 

3. He respects officials and accepts their decisions without question. 

4. He never forgets that he represents his school. 

The Coach . . . 

1. He inspires in his boys a love for the game and the desire to win. 

2. He teaches them that it is better to lose fairly than to win unfairly. 

3. He leads players and spectators to respect officials by setting them a 
good example. 

4. He is the type man he wants his boys to be. 

The Official . . . 

1. He knows the rules. 

2. He is fair and firm in all decisions. He calls them as he sees them. 

3. He treats players and coaches courteously and demands the same 

treatment for himself. 

4. He knows the game is for the boys, and lets them have the spotlight. 



The Spectator . . . 



1. He never boos a player or official. 

2. He appreciates a good play, no matter who makes it. 

3. He knows the school gets the blame or the praise for his conduct. 

4. He recognizes the need for more sportsmen and fewer "sports." 







Official Organ of tlie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



SEPTEMBER 1971 




Football Districls and Regions 

The football districts and resions tor 1971 and 
1972 arc as follows: 

Class AAA 
Region I 
Athciton. Bishco David, Cential. Dc-Sales. duPont 
Mar.iial. Flaset. Iionuois. Louisville Male. Sliawiice. St. 
Xavier. Trinity. 

Region II 
Disli'ict I — 

Butler, Doss. Pleasure Ridge Park, Valle.v, Western 
District 2 — 

Durrett, Fairdale. Jesse Stuart, Southern 
District 3 — 

Fern Creek. Jeffersontown, Marion C. Moore, Thomas 
Jefferson 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Eastern. Sem.c.i, VVagsener. Westport 

Class AA 
Region I 

District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Caldwell Count.v, Christian County. 
Franklin-Simpson, HopkinsviUe, Lone Oak, Mayfield, 
North Marshall, Paducah Tilghman 
District 2— . ,. ,. 

Daviess Countv, Henderson, Henderson County, Madi- 
sonviUe-North Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro. Owens- 
boro Catholic, Union Countv 

Region 11 

District 1— , , 

Adair Countv Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central. 
Elizabcthtovn, Fort Knox. LaRue County. Marion County, 
Meade Countv, Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham 
Countv. Shelbv County, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Danville, Henrv Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Somerset. Tales Creek. Woodford County 

Region III 
District 1 — 

Boone Countv. Campbell County. Conner. Covington 
Catholic. Dixie Heights, Highlands. Holmes, Lloyd Memor- 
ial, Nenoort, Newport Catholic, Simon Kenton 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Franklin County. 
George Rogers Clark. Harrison County. Madison Central. 
Scott County 

Region IV 
District 1 — 

Bell County. Corbin. Cumberland. Evarts. James Ca- 
wood. Knox Central, Laurel County. Middlesboro. Russell 
Countv. Wavne County. Whitley County 
District 2 — 

Belfrv. Bovd Countv. Hazard. Johnson Central. Leslie 
Count.\-. ivi. C. Napier. Paul G. Blazer. Prestonsburg. Rus- 
seU. WTiitesburg 

Class A 
Region I 

District 1 — 

Crittenden Countv. Fort Campbell. Fulton. Fulton 
Countv. Heath. Murray. Reidland. Russellville. Todd Cen- 
tral, Trigg County. Webster County 
District 2 — 

Allen County, Butler County, Canipbellsville. Caverna, 
Cumberland County. East Hardin, Edmonson Coimty, 
Gamaliel. Glasgow, Greensburg. Hart County, Metcalfe 
County. Park City, Taylor County, Temple Hill, Tompkins- 
ville. Warren East 

Region II 
District 1 — 

Anderson. Bardstown. Boyle County. Burgin. Garrard 
County, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School for the Deaf, 
Mercer Countv. Stanford, Washington County 
District 2 — 

Berea. Estill County, Frankfort, Georgetown, Madison. 
MiUersburg Military Institute, Nicholas Cotmty. Paris. 
Sayre 

Region III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue. Carroll County. Dayton. Emi- 
nence, Henry County. Kentucky Academy, Louis- 
ville Countrv Day, Ludlow. Owen County, Shelbyville. 
Trimble County 
District 2 — 

Bath County. Catlettsburg, Fairview, Fleming County. 
Lewis County. Louisa. Maysville. McKell, Montgomery 
County. Morgan County. Mt. Sterling. Raceland. Rowan 
Count.v, Wurtland 

Region IV 
District 1 — 

Harlan. Lynch. Lynn Camp. Mt. Vernon. Pineville. 
Williamsburg 
District 2 — 

Elkhom City. Fleming-Neon. Jenkins. Johns Creek. 
Mullins. Paintsville. Pikeville, Vlrgie, Wheelwright 



FILMS 

The films listed below arc in th? F.lm Library of the 
University of Kentucky College of Education. The cad-^ 
Ipllers, "e, i, 3, c, ,i," refer to elementary, junior high, 
senior high college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material, 

Football 

BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel 
$2.00. 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed; 
stance, grip, "feel" of the ball, fingertip control 
adjustment before throwing or kicking, receiving 
passes from center or from a back, catching passes 
and punts, ways of carrying ball, and changing 
from one hand to another. Game shots are pre- 
sented, using slow motion and stop action tech- 
niques, and superimposed animation to illustrate 
principles. 

BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, $2.00. 
Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in 
this film; position, speed, drive, follow-through, 
timing, and body control. Describes shoulder and 
body blocks, demonstrating several varieties of 
these. Importance of good physical condition, 
practice, and experience are emphasized. Special 
photograph}' used to illustrate different points. 

FOOTBALL BY THE RULES, e-.j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 
min.), color, $1.00. 

The film will give to the viewer a better un- 
derstanding and a keener appreciation of foot- 
ball. Modern photography presents many play 
situations that portray the guidelines used by of- 
ficials in making judgment decisions so necessary 
in this sport. 

KNOW YOUR FOOTBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 
min.), color, $1.00. 

Gives a visual approach to the written rules. 
Play situations challenge the viewer's knowledge 
and clarify many rules interpretations. Recom- 
mended for fans, officials, coaches and players. 

TACKLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00. 
Tackling properly is shown as the result of 
application of certain fundamentals: good phy- 
sical condition, speed, body placement, drive, sure 
grip, timing, and body control. Shoulder and cross 
body tackles are demonstrated in various ways, 
with special instruction for safety and means of 
reducing shock. 

THIS IS FOOTBALL, e-j-s-c-a. 3 reels, color, 
$1,00. 

Centered around the four S's — science, speed, 
skill and safety. Demonstrations cover basic rules 
that will aid the official, coach, players, and fan. 
Play situations are used to establish standards. 



Attention. Principals! 

A list of registered football officials appears in 
this issue of the ATHLETE. Principals and coaches 
should study the current list to determine whether 
or not all officials with whom contracts have been 
signed have registered this fall. Supplementary 
lists of officials will appear in subsequent issues 
of the magazine. By-Law 22 provides that member 
schools shall use registered officials in all 
football, basketball and baseball games, and that 
failure to comply with this regulation makes the 
home school liable for suspension. If there is any 
question about registration, the official should be 
asked to present his card. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXIV— No. 2 



SEPTEMBER, U171 



$1.00 Per Year 




Morton Combs 
President 



James T. Dotson 
Vice-President 



Supt. Morton Combs of the Knott County 
Sciiools was elected President of the Board 
of Control at the summer meeting of the directors, 
held on July 30, 1971. James T. Dotson, an admin- 
istrative sta'ff member in the Pike County Schools, 
was named Board Vice-president. 

Mr. Combs, a graduate of the Hazard High 
School, received his A. B. degree from Kentucjy 
Wesleyan College and his M. A. degree from 
the University of Kentucls;y. He started his 
teaching career at the Carr Creels High School 
and in 1938; and except for the 1942-46 period 
when he was in the Army, was at this school 
as coach and later as principal until July of 1970 
when he became Superintendent. He is married 
to the former Miss Dale Smith, a native of 
Knott County. The Combs have two children. 
Glen and Linda Susan. 

Mr. Combs is active in the work of his 
local Lions Club. He is a member of the Baptist 
Church. His basketball team won the State 
Tournament in 1956. In 1963 he was named 
Basketball Coach of the Year by his fellow 
coaches of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association. He coached the East All-Stars in 
the 1964 K.H.S.C.A. basketball game. 

James T. Doison is a native Pike Countian. He 
received his early education in the Pike County 
schools, and did his college work at Eastern 
Kentucky University. He has spent some thirty 
years in the teaching profession. Being interested 
in the overall development of young people, he 
believes that a sound athletic program is essential 
to their total development. He is a minister of 
the gospel. 

The Dotsons have five children. Two teach in 
the Pike County school system. One son attends 
Eastern State University. Another son. Paul D. 
Dotson, is an assistant football coach at the Belfry 
High School this year. Mr. Dotson is currently ser- 
ving as a supervisor for Pike County Schools. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Berkley Lodge, 
Cadiz, Kentucky, on Friday morning, JulySO, 1971. 
The meeting was called to order by retiring Presi- 
dent Don Davis at 9:30. Present were Board mem- 
bers J. C. Cantrell, Morton Combs, W. H. Crowdus, 
James T. Dotson. Lee T. Mills. Richard Vincent 
and Roy L. Winchester: New Board members 
William C. Doan and W. P. Wheeler; Com- 
missioner Theo. A. Sanford and Assistant Com- 
missioners J. B. Mansfield and Billy V. Wise. The 
invocation was given by W. H. Crowdus. 

Tom Mills moved, seconded by W. H. Crowdus. 
that the reading of the minutes of the June 10th 
meeting be waived since the members of the 
Board had received copies of these minutes. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

President Davis asked the Commissioner to re- 
port on the pending case in Federal Court and re- 
levant problems. The Commissioner discussed at 
lengtli the complaint which had been filed against 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, 
the Commissioner and the Kentucky State Board 
of Education by certain representatives of the 
black community in Louisville. He stated that two 
items in the complaint had been resolved to the 
satisfaction of the plaintiffs and the approval of 
Federal Judge Mac Swinford. The date of Sept- 
ember 14 has been set by Judge Swinford for 
the case to be tried in Federal Court unless an 
agreed judgment can be worked out between the 
parties concerned prior to that date. 

The Commissioner stated that two items in the 
complaint concerning which an agreement had 
been reached had not represented a policy change 
by the Association. One item referrecl to tlie regis- 
tration of former K.H.S.A.L. officials without 
taking the Association exam. The Commissioner 
stated that this policy of reciprocity in the 
matter of registering former K.H.S.A.L. officials 
had been in effect since 1956. The other item of 
complaint referred to the holding up of the re- 
cjuested registration of five Louisville officials, 
four in football and one in basketball, who had 
applied for registration during the month of Jan- 
uary, 1971. These applications had been held up 
due to the fact that applications for the following 
season are not processed until July 1 each year 
at wliich time books and other material have Ijeen 
received from the national office for the use of 
officials preparing to take the K.H.S.A.A. examin- 
ation. 

In the June meeting of the Board, J. C. Cantrell 
had submitted a proposal concerning increasing 
the Board of Control to nine members, with the 
ninth member to be from Jefferson County and to 
be elected by the principals of K.H.S.A.A. mem- 
ber schools within the geographic limits of Jeffer- 
son County. The proposal had been tabled. Mr. 
Cantrell now moved that the proposal be con- 
sidered and be submitted for referendum vote by 
the member schools of the K.H.S.A.A. His 
motion was seconded by Roy L. Winchester. After 
considerable discussion, a vote was taken on the 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOl , ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1971 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

OUice of Publication. Lexington, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

Assistant Editor - J. B. MANSFIELD 

AMistant Editor - BILLY V. WISE 

AMistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington, Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
President _ Morton Combs (1968-1972) . Carr Creek 

Vice-President James T. Dotson (1968-1972), Pikeville 

Dircetors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station: 
William C. Doan (1971-1975), Cynthiana; Lee T. Mills 
11969-1973.. Frankfort; Richard Vincent (1969-1973). 
Sturgis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975). Owensboro; Roy L. 
Wmchester (1970-1974). Bethlehem. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 



ttynt tlte C L-iHiitisju'net i 



0/A, 



In Memoriam 

James Otis Lewis, 85, prominent Kentucky 
educator and Fulton City School Superintendent 
for many years, died at the Haws Memorial 
Nursing Home in Fulton on August 7 after 
several months illness. 

Mr. Lewis served as secretary of the Western 
Kentucky Athletic Conference from its founding 
in 1923" to 1965. The Sportsmanship Ti'ophy 
given annually to one of the participating 
schools bears his name. 

J. O. Lewis was born in Owensboro, Kentucky. 
He graduated from the University of Kentucky 
and received his master's degree from the Uni- 
versity of Chicago. His teaching career began in 
Daviess County, and he served as principal of the 
Owensboro High School for nineteen years. He 
went to Fulton in 1930 as Superintendent of 
Schools, serving in this capacity until 1946 when 
he assumed a similar post in Mayfield. His 
interests were not limited to the school field. He 
was vitally concerned with Scouting, receiving 
the Silver Beaver Award in 1948. 

Mr. Lewis was a charter member of the Fulton 
Rotary Club. He had served as president and was 
secretary of the club for some twenty years. He 
was a past president of the West Kentucky Ad- 
ministrators Club, and ho had served on the 
FDEA Board of Directors. When he retired from 
the education field he returned to Fulton in 1953 
and served as manager of radio station WFUL un- 
til 1965. He had served two terms on the Fulton 
City Council, tie was an active member of the 
First Baptist Church, serving as Chairman of the 
Board of Deacons for manv years. He was a Sun- 
day School teacher as long as his health per- 
mitted. 

Excerpts from an editorial in the Fulton Daily 
Leader follow: 

"Mr. Lewis achieved prominence in the field 
of education, where he served a career as teacher, 
principal, and supertindent and in the field of 
sports .... These activities did not detract from 
his avid support of his church, where he acted 
in various leadership capacities. 

"The respect accorded him by students, fellow 
educators, football officials, friends, and neighbors, 
was born of the high integrity by which he lived,' 
the interest he took in people, and the love which 
motivated his activities and his relationships with 
the thousands whose lives he touched. 

"We feel privileged to have been among the 
many who were influenced by his uprightness of 
character, his kindness, his friendliness, and his 
keen-ness of mind. 

"We are grateful for the contributions he made 




J. O. Lewis 

over the span of many productive, abundant years 
of activity." 

Attention Officials! 

The attention of all registered K.H.S.A.A. 
football, basketball and baseball officials is called 
to By-Law 29, Section 9, which provides that the 
official shall be supplied with an emblem which 
he shall wear on his sleeve or sweater. The 
emblem is to be worn on the left shoulder shirt 
sleeve approximately one and one-half inches 
below the shoulder seam. The Approved or Certi- 
fied bar should be worn below the emblem. Fail- 
ure to wear the emblem will make an official 
liable for suspension from the Officials' Division 
of the Association. 

Recommended uniforms are as follows: 
Football — black and white striped shirt (long 
or short sleeves), black baseball cap with white 
piping, white knee pants, black belt, black stock- 
ings, black shoes and laces; 

Basketball — black and white striped shirt (short 
sleeves, long sleeves by special permission), black 
trousers, black belt, black shoes and laces; 

Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 
athletic leather shoes (not football shoes), navy 
blue coat or jacket, navy blue shirt if working 
coatless, white shirt if v.'earing coat or jacket, 
white shirt on bases if all base umpires are dressed 
the same, umpire's navy cap (no player caps), 
indicator and mask of choice, inner protector or 
inflated protector (inflate type if official desires 
to purchase), black belt, black shoe laces, black 
tie with white shirt. 

Area Football Representatives 

On August 7, 1971, Assistant Commissioner Billy 
V. Wise conducted a School for Football Officials 
at the K.H.S.A.A. building in Lexington. Invited 
to the meeting were the area representatives of 
the Association. These men will conduct additional 
clinics for officials, coaches and players, and will 
assist new officials with their registration. 

The names and addresses of the representa- 
tives, with the residence and business phone num- 
bers (residence numbers given first) are as fol- 
lows: 

Joe Treas, 609 Green Street. Fulton, 472-1604, 
472-1836 

James E. Long. Box 73, Baskett, 827-1867, 
827-5000 

Paul Walker. 625 Meadow Lane, Bowling Green, 
343-8893. 843-3249 

Paul Schmitt, 3864 Darlene Drive, Louisville, 
778-5355, 772-3656 

Bill Mordica, 800 Edgewood, Ashland, 324-7741 

Ray Canady, Box 214, Barbourville, 546-4765, 
546-3801 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATTILETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1971 



Page Three 



Joe Russell, Box 213, Russellville, 726-6983, 
726-9531 

Carroll E. Elliott. 307 College, Elizabethtown, 
765-4007, 765-0118 

Tom Murray. 25 A.-hton, Ft. Mitchell, 331-1891 

Bernard Johnson, 322 Blueberry Lane, Lexing- 
ton, 277-2883, 258-2898 

Eli Logan, 416 Hill Street. Hazard, 436-5018, 
436-2151 

E. B. May, Jr., P. O. Box 185. Prestonsburg, 
886-3414, 886-8661 



Basketball Clinics 

The 1971-72 required rules meetings for basket- 
ball officials and coaches will be conducted 
by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise. Players 
and other members of the school's coaching staff 
are invited to attend the chnics. Basketball 
coaches are urged to bring their scorers and 
timers to the meetings. The dates and sites of 
the meetm.r^s ere as follows: 

October 4, Somerset High School, 7:30 P.M. 
October 5. Bell County High School, Pineville 

7:30 P.M. 
October 6. Hazard High School. 7:30 P.M. 
October 7, Prestonsburg High School, 7:30 P.M 
October 8, Lee County High School, Beattyville, 

7:30 P.M. 
October 11, Morehead State Uniyersity, 7:30 

P.M. 
October 12, Community College. Ashland, 7:30- 

P.M. 
October 13, Mason County High School, Mavs- 

yille, 7:30 P.M. 
October 14, Holmes High School, Coyington 

7:30 P.M. 

October 18, Henderson High School. 7:30 P.M. 
October 19, Paducah Tilghman High School, 
7:30 P.M. 

October 20, Murray State Uni\-ersity. 7:30 P.M. 
October 21, Hopkinsyille High School, 7:30 P.M. 
October 25, Reseryior Hill, Rec. Center, Bowling 
Green, 7:30 P M. 

October 26, Elizabethtown High School 7:30 
P.M. 

October 27, duPont Manual High School, Louis- 
yille, 7:30 P.M. 

October 28, Transylvania College, Lexington, 
7:30 P.M. 



New Track Film 

A new track film, TRACK AND FIELD TO- 
DAY, has been produced by the National Federa- 
tion of Stale High School Associations and ap- 
proved by the National Alliance Track and Field 
Committee. Two prints of the film (16mm, 28 
minutes, sound film in color) have been secured 
by the K.H S A.A. and placed on loan with the 
rilm Library, College of Education, University 
of Kentuck\'. 

TRACK AND FIELD TODAY, is a dramatic 
visual experience for sports enthusiasts. It 
takes a new analytic view of the whole area 
of athletic competition in the interests of partici- 
pants, officials, coaches, and spectators. It shows 
in fascinating close-up detail the basics of winning 
and record-setting performance — by the rules. 

The following is a brief synopsis of some of 
the pertinent areas of the rules code that are 
included in this entertaining and highly infor- 
mative film: 



Starting — Starting Mechanics and Procedures, 
False Starts, Staggered Starts, Standing Starts: 

Timers and Finish Judges — Duties of the Head 
Finish Judge, Picking the Place Winners, Duties 
of the Head Timer, Mechanics for Timers; 

The Shotput, Discus & Javelin — Implements 
Checked and Approved, Position of the Judges, 
Boundary Lines and Throwing Sectors, Restric- 
tinns in the Jnvelin; 

Inspectors and Running Infractions — Position 
of Inspectors, Running Infractions, Hurdle Infrac- 
tions, Relay Exchange Zones: 

The Pole Vault and High Jump — the Two- 
Minute Time Limit, Position of the Judges, What 
Constitutes a Try in the Pole Vault, Examples of 
Failed Trys in the High Jump; 

The Long Jump & Triple Jump — Position of 
the Judges, The Scratch Line. Restrictions in the 
Triple Jump, Measuring the Jump. 

BOARD MINUTES 

(Continued from Page One) 
motion which carried by a vote o 5-3. 

President Dayi= welcomed William C. Doan and 
""' P Wheeler --^s n°w mcm.bers of the Board, and 
called for the election of Board officers for 1971- 
72. Richard Vincent moved, seconded by Tom 
Mills, that Morton Combs and James T. Dotson 
be elected respectively President and Vice- 
Dresident of the Board of Control by acclamation. 
The motion was carried with Messrs. Combs and 
Dotson not voting. 

Before he relinquished the chair, Mr. Davis 
^noko concerning the program of the Association, 
making several suggestions for future considera- 
tion by the Board. Outgoing Vice-President W. H. 
Crowdus and incoming President Morton Combs 
made appropriate remarks. 

Tho Com^iissioner made a reoort on Association 
receipts and disbursements during the 1970-71 
year. Copies of the audit, recently prepared by 
Huet L. Johnson. Certified Public Accountant, had 
i^een mailed to each member of the Board. James 
T. Dotson moved, seconded by William C. Doan. 
that the audit report of the Commissioner be 
accppted. 

Chairmrin Tom Mi.'ls of the Buildina Committee 
reported that work on the new office building was 
moving along very well and was on schedule. 

James T. Dotson gave a report on the recent 
^Vitional Federation Annual Meeting held at 
Denver. 

The Commissioner stated that several high 
school competitors who possibly might have 
represented K.H.S.A.A. member schools in one or 
more athletic contests had been engaged in the 
United States Youth games, either at the state, 
regional, or national level. He asked that he be 
given delegated authority by the Board of Control 
to restore to eligibility any participant who may 
have made himself or herself ineligible by taking 
part in the LTnited States Youth games. James T. 
Dotson moved, seconded by W. P. Wlieeler. that 
the request of the Commissioner be granted. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

President Combs announced that the personnel 
of the various committees would be determined by 
him and announced at a later date. 

Richard Vincent moved, seconded by Roy L. 
Winchester, that all bills of Ihe Association 
for the period beginning June 1, 1971, and ending 
June 30, 1971, he allowed. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETPJ FOR SEPTEMBER, 1971 



Basketball Ratini^s 

Tho iollowina ratings were received o^ basketball of- 
ficials regislered with Ihe K.H.S.A.A. during 1970-1971. 
The numbers following each name respectively represent 
the numbers of Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor ratings 
given to the official. 

Acker:nanii. Joseph F., Jr.. 1-7-3-1; Acton, Claude, J., 
0-2-2-0: Adams, James C.. 9-11-2-6: Adams, Richard W., 
1-2-0-0: Akers. H.irold, 0-7-1-1; Alexander, Howard. 18- 
13-4-0: Allen. Dous 1-5-2-0: Allen, James D., 2-0-0-1; 
Allen. Nelson Robert. 16-8-1-0: Allen. Yvon. 4-3-2-0: All- 
good, Russell L., 4-14-1-0: Anders, Ralei.qh. 7-12-1-1: Ander- 
son, Edward L.. 1-5-2-1: Anderson. Luther S.. 5-5-3-0: 
Archibald. Larry T.. 7-S-2-1: Atwell. Darryl R.. 0-3-0-0: 
.Aubrev. belmus. 0-1-1-0: 

Ba'Uey. Gaar J. n-1-0-0; Bain, Stanley Thomas, 0-4-0-1; 
Bandy. David Carroll. 1-6-1-0: Bankemper, Thomas. 1-0-11- 
2: Banks. Buddy, 4-9-3-0: Barker. Walter D., 3-0-0-0: Bates, 
Bob, 1-1-0-1: Beam, Joseph F., 2-14-5-3: Beck, Robert E., 
0-1-0-1; Bell, Clarence T., 16-15-1-3: Bell, Robert J., 14- 
9-3-2; Bennett, Gene 2-0-2-1: Benzinger, Joseph, Jr., 2-4-0- 
1: Beitsch, Ronald L.. 5-4-0-0; Beshears, Jim, 2-4-1-0: 
Biter, Charles D., 2-9-3-1: Black. Willis L., 3-5-0-1; Black- 
wood, Thomas W., 24-26-4-2: Bleidt, John J., 3-7-3-0; 
Blevins Boone, Jr., 8-16-5-4: Bowers, Donald B., 2-1-0-0; 
Bowling. Donald E.. 0-0-0-1. Bowling. Roy, 9-14-8-0: Bovles, 
Paul, 17-13-8-1; Bradford, Mike, 3-2-1-0: Bramble. James 
L., 2-5-1-0: Branstetter, Chas. Elwood, 1-1-0-0; Brant, 
Bernard 4-24-4-0; Brashear, Lov Ray, 30-31-7-3; Brewer, 
J. Kenneth. 1-2-0-0: Brewer, Jerrv. 0-2-2-0: Bridges, Ralph 
Lee, 4-2-2-1; Brock, Alben, 13-12-3-3; Brock, John H., 7-11- 
1-1: Brock, Layone E.. O-I-O-O; Brockman. Gerald K., 
n-2-0-0- Brown. Billy C. 8-11-0-1: Brown, E. C 10-12-5-3: 
Brown, John W Scoop", 24-16-1-3: Brown, Lyman D., 
11-16-0-1: Browning, Earl. 18-18-3-0; Browning. Wayne. 
1-2-1-0: Bruner. Jack C. 41-22-2-3: Burch. Billy Wayne, 
19-13-1-0; Burd. Bob 3-7-0-2: Burgess. Jacky W.. 2-6-0-0; 
Burke. Harry R . 36-23-2-3: Bush. Karmen B., 1-7-3-2: 
Butcher, Douglas, 15-18-2-0: Butcher, Granville "Bo", 
23-20-5-4: Butcher, Stephen D.. 1-0-3-1; Butler, Jack K.. 
0-0-0-1; Butner Billy M., 6-28-2-4; 

■Caldwell, James A., 18-21-2-0; CaUahan, Thomas J.. 
1-12-0-0; Campbell, Bill, 3-3-0-0; CampbeU. Joe E., 0-4-0-0; 
Canadav, Glenn. 7-22-2-0; Canady. Rav Blair, 2-12-1-1: 
Cantrall. James R.. 1-0-0-0; Caple, Harold. 6-13-2-0; Carl- 
berg. John H.. 11-26-7-0: Carlberg, Ralph, 1-11-3-0: Carrico. 
Tommy. 0-2-1 0: Carson. Mike, 0-1-0-0; Carter, Jack T., 
8-11-5-3; Cash, Charles C 10-16-4-1; Gates Billy Chester, 
1-4-0-0; Cecil. Donnie. 1-6-1-0: Childers, Phillip, 0-1-0-0: 
Chiles,, Marion, 0-0-1-1; Cisco Robert N., 0-2-0-0; Clardv, 
Barry D.. 0-3-0-2; Clark Robert L.. 0-3-0-2: Clark, Tom, 
16-9-6-0; Clater, James F.. 3-2-3-1; Claypool. Thomas. 
2-7-0-0: Cleavenger. Ed.. 6-18-3-0; Clemmons, Sam P.. 
6-14-0-,): Cochran. Ray Delano, 0-3-1-4; Cole. Virgil. 1-0-0-0: 
Collev Lvnn W., 7-15-3-1; Collier. Burnard. 3-8-0-1; Collier, 
Michael, 0-1-0-0; Collins, Hubert, 8-16-13-3: Collins. Robert 
W.. 0-1-0-0; Collins, Ronald K., 7-7-1-1; CoUopy, Frank H., 
11-5-2-0: Combs, Henrv B., 2-7-9-0: Combs, Keith A., 
4-6-2-1; Combs Sherman, 2-7-1-2: Conley, Ted L.. 10-19-0-1: 
Conn, Delano, 2-1-0-0: Cooksev, Marvin, 3-29-2-0; Cooper, 
John F., 0-1-0-0- Copley, Sidney M., 2-6-0-0; Corlis, John 
H., 0-1-0-0; Cosby, Carel A.. 1-1-0-0: Cotton, Carl W., 
2-2-1-1; Cox, Colin, 3-5-0-0: Cox Ken, 4-10-0-4: Cox, Rufus 
A., 16-33-5-0; Crager. Bobby F., 14-18-3-0: Cravens, Robert 
L. 9-39-6-4: Croft, Lewis, 2-13-3-0: Grouse, James W., 
3-9-2-0; Gulp, Ronald D.. 7-9-8-2: Cummins, Ray E, 
0-4-n-l: Curtis, Douglas E., 6-6-1-0: Curtsinger, Garvey, 
0-01-1: 

Dalton, John P.. 0-1-1-0; Dame. L. J., 7-19-3-0; Daniel. 
Roger T. 7-9-6-1; Daniels, Robert A., 14-16-5-2: Davenport, 
Bowman, 5-3-0-0; Davis, Harold T., 11-20-2-1; Davis, Tom, 
1-1-0-0: Dawson, Albv L., 2-1-0-0; Dav, Bill E., 9-20-4-5: 
Day, Jack L., 1-8-0-0: Dav. Perrv Curt. 2-0-1-0: Delanev, 
Wm. Thomas, 2-0-0-1; Denham, Alan R., 1-0-0-0: Dennedv, 
Bob. 2-14-3-0; Dennison. Jjmes E., 0-0-1-0; Dennev. Roscoe, 
2-0-0-0: DeVary Bill, .32-22-3-5: Dickison. Riiddie L., 
5-3-0-0; Dieterle, Owtn. 7-5-0-0: Dillihay, Ralph E., 6-12-6-2; 
Disken, Jim, 2-8-0-1: Divine, Wayne L.. 2-7-0-0; Dixon, 
Billy M., 9-5-1-3; Dobson, Kenneth, 2-2-1-1; Dockerv, 
Donald M. 0-3-0-0; Donahue, Owen B., 0-1-0-0; Donald, 
Edward V., 2-2-1-0: Dorsev. James A., 5-13-5-2: Dotson, 
John B„ 1-1-0-0; Downs, Joseph W., 1-14-4-0; Drake, 
Richard R,. 0-1-0-0; Driskell, Earl, Jr., 12-13-1-1; Duerson, 
Wm. R, 6-26-3-0: Duff, Birchell, 9-5-3-1; Dirff, Earl, 8-16-4- 
5: Durbin. Hade. Jr.. 13-16-2-0: Durbln, Roy, 3-24-4-4: 
Duvall, Thomas J., Sr., 17-35-4-1: Dyke. Orville Dean, 
6-16-2-1; 

Eades. James M.. 6-13-1-2: Earv, Edward B.. Jr., 
0-7-0-0: Edgington, Fred, 2-2-0-1; Edwards, Ernest S., Jr.. 
1-0-0-0; Eldridge. Wavnp R.. 5-24-9-2: Elliott, Carlos N.. 
3-1-3-1; Elliott. Carroll L. 26-22-5-0; Elliott. Douglas C, 
0-1-0-0; Elmore. Jimmy A.. 7-10-0-0; 

Farlev. Jimmv, 17-17-1-4: Farmer, Billie L., 0-2-2-3; 
Farris, Joseph T., 3-4-0-0; Faulk. Terry Wavne, 1-0-1-0: 
Featherstone. Jerry, 0-1-0-0: Feldkamp. Jack, 1-0-0-0; 
Ferguson. Rov F.. 6-8-3-1; Ferguson, Thomas Lyle. 1-0-0-0; 
Fields, Rufus. Jr.. 2-6-4-1; Finley, Albert R.. 25-31-6-3; 
Firestine. Frank V.. 1-6-0-0; Fish. Leland G., 4-8-5-4; 
Tisher. Larrv ".Toe", 0-1-0-0; Fiske. Charles N„ 3-2-0-0; 



Fljmi, Bobby, 33-11-1-1; Foster, Bob, 26-20-0-1; Fraley. 
Bill, 0-1-1-0; Fraley, Joe 1-5-1-0; Francis, James, 7-8-4-0; 
Francis, William Lewis, 0-5-0-1; Frankel, Louis S., 3-6-0-1; 
Fredericks, Rex, 4-15-2-0; Freeman. Roy Leon, 2-2-0-0: 
Freepon, Thomas E., 5-22-3-0; Fritz, Sherman 15-33-9-1; 
Fugate. Johnnie, 0-1-0-0; Fuller, C. Richard, 2-2-1-0; 

Gabbard, Jack, 2-3-0-0; Gaines, Harvey, 6-4-1-2; 
Gaither, Gene, 10-28-3-5; Gardner Gary M., 0-1-0-0; 
Gaskin, Donald W., 0-1-3-1; Gentry, Dale J., 4-29-3-0; Get- 
tler, John F., 3-7-3-1; Gibson, Fred W.. 20-45-6-1; Gibson, 
Gary Lee. 0-1-0-1; Gilbert, Gerald L. 47-35-5-6; Gillespie, 
Fred, 0-3-2-0; Giordano, Al, 4-11-0-1; Glass, Jim, 1-1-0-0; 
Glass, K, L., 0-1-3-1; Goheen, Larry M., 0-1-0-0; Coins, 
Edgar S.. 21-28-1-2: Goley, Jim, 15-25-3-3: Goodman, Jack, 
42-27-1-2; Goodman, Richard, 1-0-0-1; Gour, Bob, 9-19-3-0; 
Gover, Luid J., 3-10-12-2; Graham, James. 2-3-0-0; Green, 
Donald P., 5-17-2-1; Greer, Phil G., 11-1-0-3; Grigsby Pete, 
Jr., 4-6-2-0; Grimes, Herman L., 0-2-0-0; Grubbs, John A., 
1-8-3-0; 

Hackett, Wilbur L.. 0-0-2-0; Haddix, John F., 0-1-0-0; 
Hall, Mike A., 0-1-0-0; Hall, WilUam W.. 26-27-6-1; Ham, 
Ronald, 1-1-2-0; Hnmilton, Walter F., 0-6-2-0; Hamm, 
Gerald "Jerry", 13-26-2-3; Hammons, Norman, 10-16-7-5; 
Hancock, Norb, 7-17-9-3; Haney, Raymond, 11-13-1-2; 
Hardin, Don G.. 36-13-5-1; Hardin. Jack, 0-0-1-0: Harjo, 
-Austin A., 0-1-0-2; Harned, Vic, 25-14-0-0; Harper, C. Rowe, 
1-2-1-0; Harper, Randall H., 8-26-10-3; Harper, Robie. 2-3- 
0-0: Harris, Billy. 7-26-5-1: Harris, Larry Russell 0-2-3-2: 
Harris. Richard Hugh, 0-2-4-1; Harris, Wavne, 3-7-4-1; 
Harrison, Danny, 2-1-0-1; Harrison, John L., 28-20-11-4; 
Harrison, Tim, 0-3-2-0; Harvey Andrew T., 0-1-0-0; Haus- 
field. Walter, 3-4-1-1; Hawkins, Donald H., 27-32-3-4; Hav- 
den, John O., 1-17-3-5; Haves. James V., 4-17-2-2; Haze"l- 
wood, Howard P., 0-18-2-2; Heath, Robert, 1-0-1-0; Heather- 
ly, Warren Eugene, 0-5-0-0; Henderson, Austin, 0-1-0-0; 
Henson, Don R., 0-1-0-2; Henson, Tonv C, 5-14-1-1; 
Hewitt. R. T. "Buddy". 16-15-2-0: Hicks Dane. 12-27-8-5: 
Hicks. Gene. 1-4-1-0; Hill. Earl Fovster, 24-15-3-1: Hill, 
James P., 8-27-2-1; Hill, William D., Jr., 2-1-0-1; Hilton, 
Billy, 0-1-0-0: Hilton. Dudley R., 0-3-1-0; Hina, Charles W., 
1-0-0-0; Hina, Rov D., 0-6-1-0: Hines, Bob, 4-16-5-3; Hinton, 
Henry E., 22-24-9-1; Hitt, Billy D., 3-0-0-0: Hofstetter, 
Joe, R-10-1-0: Hollan, Raymond Wm.. 0-2-0-0; Hollar. 
Lanny W., 0-0-0-1: Holmes, Robert E.. 0-3-0-0; Holt, Larrv 
K., 1-11-3-2; Holt, Robert E., 5-24-4-0: Holt. Terrell W'., 
3-2-0-0: Holton, Ray, 5-19-2-3; Holthouser, Ora Lee, 2-18-2-2; 
Hook, B. B,, Jr., 12-30-5-0; Hook, Don, 1-6-1-0: Hord 
Ronnie, 4-2-0-0; Horn, Everett, Jr., 10-13-1-2; Horsman, 
Bill, 7-28-2-2: Howard Bruce L., 6-1-0-0; Howard, Jackie 
Lynn, 0-0-0-1, Howard. James D., 6-9-2-0; Hubbard, David. 
2-3-0-0: Hubbs, Sonnv, 10-26-3-2: Huber, Jerry, 0-1-0-0: 
Hughes. Paul P., 18-19-6-0; Hume. Charles E. 10-30-4-3; 
Huinmel, Thomas J., 0-5-0-0; Hunlev, Neil P.. 8-9-1-0; 
Hunt, Leonard, 6-3-0-0; Hurley. Robert. 1-3-0-1; Hurt. 
Thomas C 0-4-1-0; Hutchens Jim, 3-19-0-0: Hvland. 
Frank D.. 3-0-1-0; 

Idol. Billy Joe, 12-6-2-1: Ingraham, Gary J., 1-7-1-0; 

Jackson, Robert H.. 0-1-0-0; Jago, Charles. 0-1-1-0; 
Jenkins, Jerry, 15-20-6-3: Jenkins, Phillip M. 0-1-0-0; 
Johns. Jerry, 3-1-0-0: Johnson, David A.. 3-2-0-0: Johnson, 
Gavle. 2-9-1-0: Johnson, Harry B., 31-22-9-4; Johnson, 
James M., 12-29-3-1: Johnson Walter. 21-9-2-0; Jones. 
Bobby, 2-3-0-1; Jones, Carson G., 2-6-2-1; Jones, Denver, 
3-5-0-0; Jones, Frank, 2-7-0-0; Jones, Robert L., Jr., U-8- 
1-2: Judy, Joe Lee. 3-6-2-1; 

Karasick Howard, 1-14-1-1; Kearns, Donnie, 1-1-0-0: 
Keatlev, James H , 3-2-0-0; Keeling, Reuben, 1-3-1-1; 
Keliv, Charles R.. 2-8-3-3; Kelsch, James R., 0-1-0-0; 
Kimmel, Jerrv 3P-34-3-0; King, James A.. 12-31-2-0; King, 
Raymond, 7-14-6-1; Kirk, Charles F., 18-21-11-4; Kirtlev, 
Dennis W., 0-2-0-0; Klusman, Carl J,, Jr., 1-1-0-0; Knauer, 
Glen M., 1-17-2-2; Knight, Bill. 21-8-1-3: Kouns. Robert, 
24-17-3-2; Kuhl, Lawrence, 28-11-1-1: 

Lacer, Albert Rav. 0-2-1-1; Lally, James J., 6-4-4-1: 
Lambert, Irvin, 3-11-1-0: Lambert, R. E, "Bob", 6-3-3-0; 
Lancaster. Glenn, 0-4-1-1: Landreth, Robert H.. 2-4-0-0: 
Lanham, Tonv, 25-0-0: Latkovski, Anastasius, 8-19-2-0; 
Laubheimer, t)on T.. 27-21-1-3; Lawson, Rondall, 7-5-1-1; 
Lav.son, Rondell, 12-5-0-0: Layne, Bert, 0-0-1-0; Leber, 
Jerrv L. 1-1-1-2; Lefevers, Colman J., 3-3-3-1; Lefevers, 
Keith, 0-1-0-0: Leigh, Eugene F., 1-6-0-0: LeQuire, H. M. 
"Buckett", 8-14-0-0; Lester, J. L,, 2-7-0-0; Letcher, Ronnie, 
3-0-0-1; Lewis, Tommy "Tick", 4-1-1-0; Lightfoot, Terry, 
0-1-1-0: Lile Clyde F., 8-3-2-0; Lillie. Wm. Westly, 2-4-2-1; 
Linette, James M., 1-1-0-1; Littlepage, Pryce B., 7-20-3-1: 
Llovd, David, 2-3-3-0; Lloyd, John M., 0-1-0-0; Logan, 
Doug, 3-3-0-1; Long, George E., II, 0-1-1-0; Long. James 
E.. 0-6-2-0: Long, Robert F., 14-15-2-1; Louden. Hubert C. 
14-:!0-3-2: Loudv, Kenneth, 0-1-0-0; Lowe, Gene T., 27-23- 
R-1; Luebbers Leonard, 5-3-1-1: Lusby, George, 18-16-7-4; 

McBride, Kenneth W,, 2-4-0-0; McCargo, Frank, 2-17- 
5-1; McCarlev, John W,, 7-16-1-0; McClain, Gerald L., 
0-2-0-0: McCliire. William Scott. 13-10-0-1; McCowan, Con- 
nell, 0-0-2-0; McCoy, Havse 17-25-5-1; McDonald, Walter 
D.. 2-3-0-0: McEldred, Charles G., 0-4-2-1: McGehee, Gor- 
don. 18-25-7-1; McGintv, L. V.. Jr., 6-11-2-0; McGlasson, 
Galen, 0-2-0-0; McKenzie, Dwight E.. 7-4-2-0; McKenzie, 
James, 0-2-0-1; McLane, Albert I.. 37-25-5-4; McLean, 
Gordon. 5-1-0-0; McLeod, Robert N,, 2-8-1-0: McMenama, 
John H., 2-7-2-1: McPike, Rav, Jr., 0-1-0-0: Maddox, Rich- 



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Pase Fi\'e 



arc! C. 0-3-U-O; Madun. Robert L.. 25-25-U-O; Maines, George 
E.. 22-19-0-3: Mang. Berry W,. Jr., 1-0-0-0; Marion, James 
L.. 0-15-0-2; Marklay. George. 1-7-2-0; Martin, Dennis W,, 
0-10-0: Martin, Donald. 0-0-1-0: Martin, Wilfred R., 2-1-0-t:; 
Martin. Woodv, 0-2-1-0; Mason, Gene A., 2-4-2-0; Massip, 
Stephen M,, 3-11-2-0; Mathis, Mike. 1-10-2-1; Maxev, 
Michael, 0-2-0-0; Mav. E. B. Jr.. 17-16-0-0; May, Larry, 
0-4-1-1; Maynard. Lonnie. 0-0-1-1; Meadors, William J . 
1-4-2-0; Meek, James D, 2-8-7-0: Melear, Leland, 7-33-3-0; 
Melniige, James, Jr., 3-3-0-0; Meredith, Denny E.. Jr., 
19-49-0-1; Meizger, Don, 3-18-0-3; Middleton, Johnny. 3-14- 
2-0: Milbern, Daniel L.. 3-25-7-2; Miles Robert J., 2-1-1-0; 
Miller. Bob. 14-2R-4-2; Miller. Edward D.. 1-1-0-0; Miller, 
Ferrel, 4-14-2-1; Miller, Harold P., 5-19-10-1; Miller. Jamos 
S . 0-1-0-1: Mills, D. K. 1-3-0-0; Mitchell. Merrill. 0-2-1-0; 
Monahan, Ed, 2-3-1-0; Montgomery, Chester, 15-24-2-0; 
Moore. Donald. 0-6-2-0; Moore. Franklin. 2-8-2-3; Moore. 
Larry, 2-0-1-0; Moore, Marvin 16-4-1-0; Moore, Richie, 
1-4-0-0: Moore, Robert, Jr., 31-27-4-1: Moore. William G 
0-2-0-0; Moreland. Donald J.. 0-0-1-1; Morgan. Richard, 
23-20 1-1; Morse. Richard K.. 25-35-1-2: Moser Rudy Clay. 
48-43-4-2; Miillannix. Walter Wayne. 0-2-0-0; Mullins. 
Lloyd G.. 1-2-0-0: Murrell. Allen Leslie. 9-20-2-6; 

Napier. Charles M.. 8-22-2-0: Newcomb. Bobbv. 0-2-0-0: 
Newman. Bill 7-5-2-1; Newnam. Larry G., 1-8-5-2; Newton. 
John J.. 0-2-0-1: Nieland. Doug. 1-3-0-0: Noel. John W.. 
1-2-0-1: Nuss. Albert M.. 2-2-0-0: 

O'Connell. Jim. 9-17-1-1; O'Keefe. Tom. 0-1-2-1; O'Nan. 
Harold L. 0-2-0-0; O'Nan. Norman. 15-27-4-1; Omer. Harold 
G.. 3-10-5-3; Osborne. Robert Happy. 2-1-0-0: Overby. 
Jerry. 0-2-2-2: Owens. Bruce E. 24-26-2-7: Oak. Dalton. 
1-2-1-0; 

Pace. Donald. 8-15-2-1; Padgett. R. K.. 2-12-3-0; Page. 
James N.. 0-3-2-1: Pardue. Israel L,. 1-1-0-0; Parker. Fran- 
cis v.. 1-1-0-0; Parsons, Kenneth, 1-1-0-0; Patterson, Bill, 
0-18 2-1; Paxton Garv R., 3-5-0-0; Payne. Gayle. 2-5-3-7; 
Pediso. Albert M., 6-1-0-0; Peeno, Harry R., 12-13-5-0; 
Pence, Wm. Jerry, 2-15-2-1; Perkins, Ronnie L., 15-26-0-1: 
Periv, James E., 20-28-5-1; Phelps, Rav. 2-7-2-0; Phillips, 
Thomas M.. 0-2-0-1: Pietrowski, Paul, 0-16-1-0; Poe, Thomas 
E.. 22-22-4-1; Points, Daye, 0-2-2-0: Pope, Roy T,. 0-0-3-1: 
Poppas, Nickolas, 2-5-2-1: Porco, Kenneth J., 0-1-0-0; 
Power, Michael J,. 0-0-0-1: Powers. Clark V.. 2-7-2-1; 
Powers Elmer. 5-5-3-3: Prater. Rondel Ray. 3-3-0-0; Preece. 
John C. 0-3-0-0; Price. Don M.. 2-4-1-1; Primm. James 
T.. 0-5-0-0; 

Quehl. Harry, 2-9-0-1: Quisenberrv. James M.. 0-1-1-1; 

Ramev. Garv Garland. 0-2-0-0; Ramey. Herb. 30-14-4-1; 
Rascoe. Robert B.. 1-6-3-0; Redle. Joel E.. 1-3-0-1: Redman 
Melvin. 6-8-2-0; Reed. Charles R.. 29-9-2-1: Rees. Gavle 
H, 12-8-0-1; Reherman. Fred. 0-6-2-0; Reinhardt. Mvron 
S.. 28-32-6-1: Reliford. Paul G.. 21-15-4-2; Rexroat. Jerry 
L.. 16-28-5-0: Rhodes Cecil. 3-4-0-1: Rich. Dennis W.. 0-4- 
3-0: Richeson. King. 0-3-0-0; Ricketts. Claude O.. 4-10-4-0; 
Ricketts. Donald R.. 4-5-2-0: Riggs. Flovd L.. 0-2-3-0: Ring, 
Bill. 31-19-1-1: Rister. Edgar L.. 39-14-13-9; Hitter Goebel. 
35-12-0-0; Roberts, Charles B . 4-3-0-0; Robinson. Don L . 
3-3-1-0; Robinson. Harvev L.. 0-5-1-1; Rodgers. Tom H . 
3-13-3-1; Roe. Dovle ■'Buddy". Jr. 14-19-0-0; Roesel. Joseph. 
6-22-5-3; Rogers. Eldrldge. 2-13-2-1; Rogers, Michael, 0-1-0- 
0: Rogers, Howard D.. 45-21-2-3: Roller. Otis C, 2-5-1-1; 
Rose. Jim. 2-5-3-0; Rose. Walter "Scottv" 3-4-4-2: Ross. 
Bill T.. 2-5-0-1: Rowland. Conrad Dean. 1-0-0-0; Runvon. 
Tommy Dean. 6-18-0-0; Russell. Howard C. 1-0-1-0; 

Sagers. Robert M.. 0-1-1-0: St. Clair. Robert L. 21-22-0- 
1; Salver. Henry E.. 4-5-1-1; Sandusky. Jerry. 3-6-3-1; 
Saviors, Carlee. 2-16-3-2: Scent. James A,. 0-8-0-0; Schad. 
Jim. 0-4-2-0; Schmidt Thomas C. Sr.. 8-20-4-0; Scott. 
Emmanuel, i-8-0-0. Scott. Jerry. 0-3-0-0: Scott. W. L.. 
0-1-3-2; Sears. Wilson. 17-31-4-7; Seavers. Joe. 15-15-1-2; 
Seibert. Billy Ray. .^-2-0-1: Sellier. Edward F. Jr. 6-18-0-0; 
Selvy, Curt, 12-10-2-3: Settle, Roy G,, 1-9-1-0: Sharp, 
Llovd, 0-4-0-0: Sharp, Ronnie, 1-4-1-0; Shaw, Don, 2-3-0-0; 
Shaw Earl. 18-20-1-3; Shearer. Robert L., 0-1-0-0; Shem- 
well, Bobbv W., 1-4-2-0; Shope, Lowell M., 0-1-0-0; Shuck, 
Tom G., 32-28-3-2: Shumaker, Thnrman, 0-3-0-4: Sims, 
Frank D., 31-40-5-5; Sims. Tom, 2-4-1-1: Singer, Tony. 
4-8-1-0: Singleton. Bobbv. 10-29-1-3; Singleton. Jerry L.. 0- 
1-0-0: Sizemore, Aster. 0-3-1-2; Skaggs. Bobby L.. 0-1-0-0; 
Skaggs Robert L.. 5-17-0-0: Smallwood. Talmadge A.. 0-1-4- 
1; Smith, Bennv •'Monk", 0-2-0-0; Smith. David W.. 0-2-2-0; 
Smith. James H.. 1-5-2-1; Smith. Robert L., 0-1-3-0; Smith. 
Rov M., 23-11-8-4: Smith. Wayne N., 28-18-1-0; Smith, Wil- 
lard N. 28-15-1-0; Smith. William E., 8-10-2-0; Smith, Win- 
tred C 13-23-2-2; Snow. Robert. 4-2-0-0: Spencer, Irv, 12- 
18-3-2; Spiceland, S. E.. 1-1-0-0; Spoonamore. Jim, 3-24-5-2; 
Stacv, Donnie R., 2-5-2-0; Stagnolia, Eugene, 1-0-0-0; Stan- 
lev James H., 0-0-1-0; Steenken. William R., 0-8-1-1: 
Stephens, Herbert D.. 1-0-1-0: Stephenson. Harry S.. 11-10- 
1-2: Stephen. Jim. 3-14-1-1; Stevens, James L., 9-9-3-1; Stiff, 
Maurice E., 20-26-6-1; Stikeleather, Clyde L,, 21-17-2-0; 
Stinson, Charles L, 0-2-0-0; Stoess, Henry L,. 5-8-2-1; 
Strain, Richard P.. 4-12-2-1- Streible. Ronnie D.. 3-10-2-1: 
Strickland. Herbert C 0-3-10-3; Strong. Arnett. 9-8-2-1: 
Strong. Charles E.. Jr.. 3-7-0-0; Strong. Logan, 0-3-1-0: 
Stump. Phillip C. 0-3-1-0; Sullivan. Dan L.. 17-21-5-3; 
Sumner. Carl. 15-32-0-3: Switzer. Richard J.. Jr.. 2-1-0-1; 
Swooe Tom. 1-2-0-0; Swope. William W.. 1-0-0-0 

Tapscott. Ozzie. 0-1-0-1: Tate. Harold. 1-3-0-1; Taylor. 
Aubrev. 0-6-7-2; Taylor. Dan C. Jr.. 1-0-0-0: Taylor. Don- 



ald Dean. 0-1-1-0; Tavlor. Ed, 32-18-2-2; Tavlor, Jim, 0-3- 
1-0: Ta.Nior, John O., 4-9-3-0; Thomas, Billy, 6-12-0-1; 
Thomas, Paul E., 0-1-0-0; Thompson Houston, 1-2-0-2; 
Thompson. Kenneth E., 6-4-2-0: Thompson, Larry, 3-4-2-0: 
Thompson, Ronnie, 0-12-5-2: Thompson. Thomas A.. 30- 
23-5-2; TI\ompson. Thomas D., 10-8-1-3; Tillerv, Jim 1- 
16-3-2: Tillery. William E,, 0-1-0-0; Tmslev. Marion F.. 
6-14-0-3; Towler. Stephen W.. 5-6-7-0; Towns'end. Kenneth. 
3-1-0-0; Trapp. Ravmond H.. 1-1-0-0; Trimer Norman E.. 
1-0-0-1; Triplett. Herbert W.. 43-24-1-6; Tromblev. Norman 
J.. Jr.. 0-1-0-0; Turner. Lonnie 2-3-0-0; Tuttle. Quinton 
L,, 0-1-0-1; 

Urlage, Richard, 24-29-2-2: 

■VanHook. Samuel, 8-7-2-1; 'Vanover, J. W., 9-21-4-0; 
Vanover. Wiley G,. 4-14-5-0; 'Vansant, Jim, 2-14-0-0; Varble, 
Will. "Bill", 2-5-0-0; Varner, Rav G.. 7-13-1-3; Vermillion. 
C. D,. 4-8-1-1; Vinson, Rav. 0-16-0-0; Voorhis. Kenneth. 
10-17-2-1: Vooat. James F.. 0-1-0-0: Vories. Dick. 16-28-5-3; 

Walker. Earl. 0-1-0-0; Waller. Bobbie E.. 7-19-8-2: 
Walters. Darwin. 0-1-0-0; Walton. Roy. 14-13-3-0; Ward. 
Robert L., 7-25-3-0; Ware. Phillip O. 0-1-0-0; Weaver. Rav 
M.. 5-14-4-0; Weaver. Clyde Ivan. 0-1-0-0; Webb. Albert 
Nevell. 0-3-0-0; Weihe. Robert J.. 0-13-5-0; Weiner. Dick. 
1-9 -,-1; Wells. Glenn. 6-10-3-0; West. John F.. 1-9-1-1; 
Westerfield. Dwiglit. 1-0-0-0' Weyer. James G.. 6-17-1-0: 
White. Roger C. 0-1-0-0; Whitt. jimmv E.. 5-4-0-1: Wihe- 
hrink. James. 0-1-1-0: Wilcher. Jerry H.. 0-1-0-0; Wilcox. 
Ursal Ray. 0-1-1-0; Williams. Benny Dawn. 0-1-0-0; Wil- 
liams, Paul. 1-0-0-0; Williams, Roger, 20-25-6-3: Williams. 
Jack S.. 8-17-5-1: Wilson. Gerald. 6-3-1-2; Wilson. Paul A.. 
0-1-1-0: Wilson. Wendell. 1-3-0-0; Winchester. Rov L,. 21- 
'1-3-3; Winfrev Shelby. 16-25-4-0; Wingfield. Felix G.. 
5-7-4-1: Withrow. Raymond. 0-2-0-0; Witten. 'Clifford. 0-1- 
0-0; Witten. Hershel D.. 2-3-2-0; Wolford. James Burton. 
3-3-1-0; Woods. Gene B.. 13-30-5-0: Wooslev. Donald Ray. 
1-1-1-0: Wooton. George B. 5-44-1-0; Wright. Jim. 2-5-2-0; 
Wulfeck. Jim. 2-11-0-0; 

Young. William F.. O-I-O-O: 

Zacharv. David A.. 2-2-O-lv Zimmerer. Raymond, 0-1- 
0-0; 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1971 

iList Compiled September 1) 

If one lelephone number is given for an official listed 
it is Ibe non^-e phone unless olher\wise designated. If Ivro 
nuT.-ibers are given the first .number is thai of the home 
phone. 

Ackermar.. Robert J.. Rt. 1. Box 382A. fronton Ohio. 5,32- 

8052 
Adkins. Fred. Box 2185. Huntington. W. Va. 
Adkms. Harold B.. 6315 Big Seven Mile Road Lesage. W. 

Va. 
Adams. Michael. 58 Hagcr Drive. Richmond. 623-4787. 

623-9973 
Adams Paul E., 649 King Avenue. Barboursville. W. Va., 

7:!fi-5860 
Ahrens. Douglas G.. 2150 Richmond Road. Apt, 146. Lex- 
ington. 266-1404. 564-3070 
.Ahrens. James R . 112 Ward. Bellevue. 261-3304 
Albrieht. James R.. Rt. 3. Shelbvville 633-4614. 633-1810 
Allen. .Arthur. Rt. 6. Franklin. 586-6836. 586-3231 
Allgood. David A.. 6113 Catheen Way. Louisville. 969-2530. 

968-2275 
Allison Richard Gentry. 148 Surfside Drive. Apt. 7. Lex- 
ington. 255-7801 
Allison. Rov, Box 749. Harlan. 573-3789. 573-4770 
.Alston E, beedom. 8707 Lvnn Hall Court. Prospect, 228- 

85,32, 585-.5275, Ext. 30 
Anders. Raleigh A.. 702 Catching, London, 864-4060, 528-3912 
Anderson, Douglas L.. 206 Candace. Campbellsville, 465- 

6717 
Anderson, John G., P. O. Box 244. Prestonsburg, 886-2278, 

886-2346 
.Ashworth, Paul, 1044 Belvoir, Cincinnati Ohio, 451-2161, 

421-5700, Ext. 481 
Austin, Tom A., 230 Mohawk Drive, Paducah, 554-4562 
Avers, Edward L.. 625 Laramie Road. Lexington, 277-2333. 

277-1161. Ext. 44 
Band, James H.. Rt. 2. Box 345A. Middlesboro, 248-13.59. 

248-1359 
Ballaban. Thomas, 1103 Archland Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

522-3024 761-7600 
Barker. Norman D. Bulan. 436-5830 
Barnott. John R.. 192 Forest Park. Lexington. 278-8294. 

255-3612. Ext. 48 
Bartels. John T.. 1344 Sixth Avenue. Dayton. 581-4750, 

821-0728 
Barton Leon P O. Box 497, Barbourville. 546-6368. 546- 

3661 
Bates, Bob. P. O. Box 871. Portsmouth. Ohio. 353-1013. 

353-1013 
Bates. James R,. Box 584. 'Wlnitesburg. 6.33-7227. 633-2246 
Bero. James J.. Box 968. Williamson. W, Va, 
Blake, Larry J,, 915 Eleventh Avenue, Huntington, W. Va. 



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Burgess, Oley J., Sr.. 1708 Svcamore Street, Kenova, W. Va, 
Batterton, Keith, 602 Ashwood Drive, Harrodsburg. 734- 

9624. 734-4313 
Beane, John E., Box 2594. Pikeville, 437-7957. 432-2565 
Beheler. Donald S., 313 Robin Road, Paris, 987-3692, 233- 

2C0O, Ext. 3236 
Belcher, William Otis, LeJunior, 837-2509 
Bell, Clarence, 3812 Meadow Haven Road, Louisville, 239- 

0782, 582-5573 
Bell'ssemo, Frank, 4524 McHenrv Road, Cincinnati, Oluo. 

662-6536, 471-5700, Ext. 631 
Bennett, Howard, R, R. 6, Mayfield, 247-3309, 247-3510 
Bennett, Merrill, Rt. 1. Hodgenville. 358-4322. 358-4322 
Berrv. L\Tnan T.. Jr.. :S5 Steiner Blvd., Barboursville, W, 

Va., 736-1186. 453-3501. Ext. 51 
Best, Rav, 1410 Wurtele, Louisville, 637-8315, 778-1641 
Bewlev, Harrv G.. 306 Estate, Elizabethtown, 765-5018, 

769-2'311 
Blackford, Robert L.. 208 Caldwell Drive, Elsmere, 341-3849, 

342-9133 
Blanton. Homer. 138 New Hampshire, Ashland, 324-1730, 

324-8422 
Blemker, Rav, Jr.. 2363 Dundee Drive, Henderson, 826-8330 
Blevins, Donald Wayne, 1958 Natchez Trail. Lexington, 

277-6824, 252-0112 
Blosser, Kermit A.. 80 Maplewood Drive, Athens, Ohio, 

593-3007, 594-5031 
Bocook, Earl. 1102 Beech Street. Kenova, W, Va,. 453-1810, 

453-3661 
Boemker. Bob. 169 Thompson Avenue, Ft, Mitchell, 331- 

1708, 721-2700. Ex-t. 350 
Bordy, Philip, 3308 Stratford Avenue, Louisville, 458-7005, 

582-3994 
BosTvell, William Martin, R. R. 2. Providence, 667-5143, 

249-3132 
Bowling, James Earl. 7600 Yorktown Road, Louisville, 361- 

2786, 366-5688 
Bovd John D.. 609 High Street, Coal Grove, Ohio, 532- 

6503, 532-8143 
Boyles, Jerry F.. 2407 Hillcrest Road, Ashland, 324-6995, 

324-1111 
Bradford, Robert L., 19 Fairfield. Ft. Thomas. 781-1217, 

752-1600 
Bramble, James L., 153 Manitoba Lane Lexington, 272- 

4826. 278-9355 
Branham, Terry, 2422 Lorene Avenue, Louisville, 448-1992, 

587-6851 
Brashear, Lov Ray, Rt. 1, Glendale, 854-2921, 765-4146 
Branch. Chas. J.. 117 Westview Drive, Bardstown, 348- 

3218, 348-3991 
Brause, Allan R.. 859 W. N. Bend Road. Apt. 210. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 242-0151. 761-4130. Ext. 270 
Brewer. James T. 1117 4th Street. Davton, 581-3955 
Brewer. Jerrv. Bonnyman. 436-6200 
Brewer. Llovd. Combs. 436-6672 

Bridewell. Gilbert. 914 5th. Dayton. 581-0389. 371-5553 
Brock. Alben. Kettle Island. 337-3848. 337-2058 
Brotzge. Maurice. 3029 Beals Branch Drive, Louisville. 893- 

7206. 896-4461 
Brown. Bill. 2553 Dell Road. Louisville. 458-4857, 582-1347 
Brown, Herman G., R. F. D. 2, Shelbwille. 633-2516, 589- 

9177 
Brown, J. W.. 975 Waverlv Drive Lexington. 252-0954, 

252-3212 
Brown, Michael L., 104 B. Greenbriar, Lexington 
Brubaker, Don, Box 894, Rt, 3, South Point, Ohio, 377- 

22.35 377-2235 
Brubaker, John E.. Rt. 1. Box 241B. South Point, Ohio. 

377-4319 
Brummett. Don, 3406 Rowena Road #3, Louisville, 459- 

0682 637-5401 
Bryant. Thomas Wade. 534 Euclid Avenue, Lexington, 

266-2591 
Buckley, Robert S.. Jr.. 761 Washington Flatwoods. 836- 

8275. 324-1111. Ext. 5768 
Buelterman, Bill, 831 Short Street, Morehead, 784-4392, 

784-4161 
Bullock, Ted, 2622 Clavs Mill Road, Lexington 277-0145, 

253-0536 
Bunch. Lawrence O.. Rt. 2. Box 128. Williamsburg. 549- 

2262 
Bunn. Gary L.. Box 1659. Huntington. W. Va. 
Burke. David Dean 2915 Bath Avenue. Ashland. 324-3047. 

324-1822 
Burke. Harry R.. 328 Arnold Avenue, Prestonsburg, 886- 

2796, 885-2385 
Burkhart. J.imes G.. Box 169. Lovall. 573-1437. 664-3444 
Burton. James E.. 401 Barbour Providence, 667-2296, 249- 

3132 
Burton. John. 2801 Holt Street. Ashland, 325-3084, 324- 

1111. Ext. 8607 
Byrd A. Gordon. 6201 Scottwood Drive. Louisville, 935- 

9995 
Cain. Paul D. 3731 Earls CourtView, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

321-7246. 871-6103 
Calilri. Don L.. Box 481. Union College. BarbourvlIU-. 

546-3775. 546-4151. Ext. 133 
Callihan. Billv Joe. Potter Street. Russell, 836-8020 836- 

9525 
Camobell. William C, 7413 Paiute Road, Louisville, 366- 

9296. 366-9561. Ext. 271 



Canaday. Jacy Glenn, 201 Lincoln, Vine Grove 877-5387, 

877-5537 
Canady, Ray B., Box 244, Barbourville, 546-4765, 546-3801 
Cannon, James Drew, 304 Beattv Avenue, Corbin, 528- 

4071, 528-5956 
Cargill. Thomas. Jr., 3515 Del Park Terrace, Louisville, 

776-3738, 582-5842 
Carlbcrg, John H., Box 234, Muldraugh, 942-2723, 942-2730 
Carlberg. Ralph C, 1501 Elm Street, West Point, 922-4456 
Carlson, David A., 2916 Washington Street, Paducah 444- 

7943, 444-6311, Ext, 558 
Carpenter, Jerry, Cherry Drive, Martin, Tennessee, 587- 

4495, 587-7533 
Carr, Billv W., 1003 Senge Avenue, Franklin, 586-6910, 

586-3261 
Carr, Lawrence W., 323 Shelby Street, Bromlev, 261-2994, 

243-3151 
Cason, Charles. 25 Ivorv Towers, Winchester, 744-8684. 

744-5656 
Cato. Robert E.. Moberlv Bldg., London, 864-7792, 864-2252 
Cecil. A. Morris. 14 Shaw Lane, Ft, Thomas, 441-8427, 

381-1430 
Cecil, Roger, P. O. Box 401, Hazard, 436-6644, 436-2151 
Chapman, Ronald F., 2113 Dorman Drive. Portsmouth, 

Ohio 353-6026, 353-5136 
Chasteen, Earl, 109 Taylor Drive, Cynthiana, 234-4897, 

987-2040 
Chattin, Ernest P„ 615-17th Street, Ashland, 324-2665, 325- 

8586. Ext. 231 
Chinn. Ralph, 523 South Bend Drive, Lexington, 278-8078, 

255-8336 
Chiswell, Charles LawTence, 1710 Terrace View, Lexington, 

254-1564 
Cisco, Robert N., USA PCF. Ft, Knox, 624-7586, 624-4445 
Clark, Owen B., 137 Showalter Drive. Georgetown, 863- 

3719. 863-2548 
Clark, Robert. 303 Southern Drive, Clarksville, Tennessee, 

647-2196 
Clark, William G., Jr., Highlands Farm, Midway, 254-5040 
Cleavenger. Ed, Rt. 4, Box 308, Morganfield 389-2684, 389- 

2419. Ext. 495 
Clemmons. Sam. 635 Central, Lexington, 255-7566, 252-0391 
Clifford. Michael T., 332 Hazen Street Ludlow, 291-5761 
Cline. Nick. 5505 Whispering Hills Blvd., Louisville, 964- 

0214 
Cochran. Rov H., Jr., P. O. Box 335. Owenton, 484-5281, 

484-3948 
Coldiron. Allan Dennis Baxter. 573-2245. 573-2245 
Coleman. Louis H,, 4207 Wooded Way. Louisville, 968-2834 
Collins, Ronald K.. 2590 Old Buttermilk. Villa Hills, 341- 

0578. 431-9964 
Cock. Jack W.. 152 South Edgemont Road, Huntington. 

W, Va.. 525-3075. 696-4660 
Cook. Richard. 50 Forest Avenue, Ft. Thomas, 441-9269, 

243-3431 
Cooper. Norris E., 218 Dean Street, Bowling Green 842- 

3619. 842-8131 
Copley. Sidney M.. Box 13, Red Jacket, W, Va,, 426-4545, 

426-4480 
Cornwell, James, 506 South Main, Franklin 586-4327. 586- 

4451 
Cowan, Larry Gene. P. O, Box 164, Clav, 664-2233 
Cowan. Robert L.. Sr.. 9615 Walnut Wood Way. Jefferson- 
town. 267-6224. 587-1121 Ext. 387 
Cox. Colin. Rt. 2. Box 11. Hazard. 436-5963. 436-3711 
Craft .Albert B.. 1606 Meadowthorpe Drive, Lexington, 

2.54-.5365. 255-8600 
Creekmore. Les. 316 Walnut. Bellevue. 431-5259. 421-9873 
Crider. Rav. 1120 Franelm Road, Louisville. 368-1196. 774- 

7379 
Crolev. Guindal C., Rt. 1, Box 190S. Williamsburg, 549-0716 
Cullen. Charles "Bud", 3010 Don Dee Drive, Louisville, 

451-3322. 367-7648 
Cullum. Harold D.. .3943 Rhodes Avenue, New Boston, 

Ohio. 456-5229. 456-4559 
Culp. Willard E.. 318 Skvline Park Drive, Hopkinsville, 

886-7967, 4,39-4417 
Cummings, Robert P.. Jr., 405 Parkway Drive, Franklin, 

586-8483, 329-1470 
Curnutfe, Ivan. 122 Hillview Acres. Greensburg 932-5047, 

932-5231 
Curnutte, J. R.. 201-E. 8th Avenue. Huntington. W. Va., 

525-0586. 520-2311. Ext. 510 
Current. Ellis Rav. 3006 Montavesta Drive, Lexington, 

266-2877 272-3311 
Current. Robert O., 225 Vanderbilt Drive. Lexington. 272- 

3052. 293-3011. Ext. 3695 
Dallmann. James W.. 12 Center Street, Jeffersonville. 

Indiana. 283-7255 
Daniels. Bobby E.. 28O6V2 Putnam Avenue. Apt. 2. Hurri- 
cane. W. Va. 
Daoooulos. James A.. 1704 Jennifer Road, Lexington, 299- 

2369 258-2898 
Davis, A. J,. Box 588. Hazard. 436-5565. 436-2138 
Davis, Charles. Lovall. 573-1640. 573-5027 
Davis. Curt. 1119 E Burnett Street. Louisville, 634-4959. 

582-3511, Ext. 471 
Davis. Ralph C 1326 S. 7th Sfreet. Ironton, Ohio, 532- 

8606. 532-8143 
Dawson. Albert W.. 3400 Southwlck Court Louisville. 

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Dawson, Jack O., 1533 Grandview Garden, Kenova. W. Va. 
Deaton, Don, Matewan, W. Va., 426-4115, 426-8221 
Delanev, William T., 2335 Alexandria Pike, Apt. 20A, 

Southgate, 781-2184 
Delph Joseph B., Box 957, Lynch, 848-2065 
Dempsev, Dannv, Monroe Street, Sturgis, 333-2619 
Dent, Donald, 1722 Whittier Drive, Jeffersonville, Indiana. 

945-3497, 366-4551 
Dennison, Steve S., 5409 Ye Old Post Road, Louisville. 

968-1058 
Denton. Charles, 127 Hubbard Lane, Henderson, 826-4020, 

826-9533 
Denton. William J., 6202 CuUoden, Louisville, 584-9271 
Dennedv, Bob 5083 Orangelawn Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

922-8352. 574-3511 
DeSantis. Enrico. 1443 Spring Valley Drive. Huntington. 

W. Va. 
DeSensi. Wm. "Chick". 3723 Dixie Hwy.. Louisville. 447- 

5469. 774-6407. Ext. 408 
De Sha. Robert L. 745 Loretto Avenue. Louisville, 772- 

9281, 582-5574 
Detenher, Gene, 229 Tvne Road, Louisville. 895-7058 
DeWees. Bill. 511 No. 44th. Louisville. 778-5955 
Dial. Charles R.. Box 156. Wa\-ne, W. Va. 
Dial, Edward T., ,=)021 Invicta Drive. Louisville. 447-5500 
Dial. Jack W.. 3179 Sumner Avenue. Huntington, W. Va., 

522-0871, 529-4448 
Dixie, C. P., 727 E. Caldwell, Louisville 583-5728. 366- 

9561. Ext. 501 
Donald. Edward W.. 317 E. King Street, Lancaster, Pa., 

624-1330 I Bus.) 
Dorr. Rodnev D.. 28 Woodland Tr. Ct.. Hamburg Pike. 

Jeffersonville Indiana. 283-9191 
Dorsev. James. 4062 Vinedale, Cincinnati. Ohio. 471-8050 
Downs. Joseph W.. 829 Bartlev Avenue, Bardstown. 348- 

5123, 348-3991 
Drake. Richard R.. 72 Donnelh- Drive. Ft. Thomas. 441- 

4235 
Draud. Jon E., 109 Vernon Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 341-3831, 

733-4991 
Duff, Earl. 109 Kentuckv Blvd., Hazard, 436-2604. 436-2C04 
Duff William C. Jr.. 2452 Mirahill Court, Lexington, 

269-2426, 255-0716 
Duncan, James T., Rt. 1. Wildwood Drive. Russellville. 

726-2796 
Dunn, Cheslev W., Jr., Rt. 4. Hopkinsville, 886-4394 
Durbin. Rov, 2911 Dale Ann Drive Louisville, 452-1730, 

587-1121, Ext. 237 
Durkin. Jack, 1613 Kensington Wav, Lexington, 254-0146, 

255-0716 
Dver, Rovce Lee, Rt. 1 .Hickman, 236-2288 
Easlev, Dan W. 107 Morrison, Wilmore, 858-4072, 858-3511 
Ebert. Daniel W.. 3334 Tulip Tree Lane, Erlanger, 283-1966, 

371-7200, Ext. 257 
Eddins. Robert H.. 6 Young Court, Huntington, W, Va. 
Edwards, Sonnv. 508 Jefferson Avenue, Milton, W. Va. 
Eldridge. Wavrie R.. P. O. Box 144 Science Hill. 423-3495. 

678-8161 
Elliott, Carroll L.. S07 Colleffe Street. Elizabethtown. 765- 

4007, 765-6118 
Elliott, Clinton. Jenson, 337-3865 
Elovitz, Carl, 1920 Spring Grove Avenue, Lexington 277- 

3994. 873-4901 
Emmons. Guv W.. 6006 Shadow Run Road. Louisville, 964- 

7784. 636-1341 
Engle. Orville L.. 128 Oak Street. Pineville. 337-2916 
English P. T.. Rt. 3. Union Citv. Tennessee. 885-5950 
Epley. Donald W.. 106 Bowden Street. Russellville, 726-6057 
Epperson, James F., 1625 Mavwick Drive, Lexington, 277- 

5251, 254-3366 
Evans, David M., 101 Judge Street, Barbourville, 546-4684 
Evans Willis, 3600 Montclair Avenue, Louisville, 239-8585, 

582-5532 
Farina, Lawrence, 2837 Fairway Drive, Tempe, Arizona, 

968-6817. 267-2510 
Faris. Leon W.. Ill, 440 Hollow Creek Road, Lexington, 

293-0839 
Faust, John F., 2427 Concord Drive Louisville, 634-4204, 

366-1434 
Fav, John C. 319 C. St. Price Road, Lexington, 233-1982 
Feck, Richard A.. R. R. 1. Box 50-D, Wilmore, 858-4174 
Feniinore, Clark E., 3943 Kennison Avenue Louisville. 896- 

4716, 245-0727 
Ferguson, Roy F., Rt. 3, Barbourville, 546-3893, 546-3104 
Ferguson, Thomas Lvle, 231 Bartow Drive, Barboursville, 

W. Va. 
Ferrell, Ronnie. Box 2500. Williamson. W. Va.. 237-1344. 

235-2323. Ext. 40 
Fields. Harold D.. 804 Summerville Drive. Lexington. 

233-1669. 233-2000. Ext. 3685 
Fields. Rickev P. Box 684, UTCMC. Lexington 
Fields. Ronald M.. 1673 Countrv Club Road. Henderson. 

826-9R59. 826-8381 
Fish, Lelanri G,. 537 Folkstone Drive. Lexington. 266-5087. 

252-2312. Ext, 2535 
Fit,'ijatrick, Kenneth L, 104 Wooton Street. Hazard. 436- 

G121. 436-2212 
Flvnn. Bobby, 428 McKenna Court, Lexington, 299-5902, 

255-2481 
Fortnev, Robert L , 2817 Breckenridge Lane, Louisville, 

458-1079, 582-3511, Ext. 470 



Foster. Berryman E.. 927 Waverlv Drive, Lexington, 255- 

7374 
Foster, J. W.. R. R. 6, Sandersyille Road. Lexington. 254- 

7481. 277-8703 
Fralev. Bill. 1604 Lee Drive, Henderson, 827-3232 
Frankel, Louis S., 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville. 452-6519, 

452-6519 
Franklin, Cliff, 10152 Zig Zag Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

891-3567, 251-4828 
Fra.;er, Tom Roe, Rt. 1, Sturgis, 333-4412. 333-4672 
Frederick, Garrv Lee, 807 Barbourville Street, Corbin. 

528-7641, 528-1630 
Frvrear. Bill P.. 204 Lanark Dell, Middletown, 245-0354. 

452-5160 
Furlong. William E , 3320 Grandview Avenue, Louisville, 

895-4755, 582-5108 
Gallaher. Jack, 2947 Adams Avenue. Ashland. 325-2420, 

324-2142 
Gammon, William H., 1718 Oaks Drive, Ashland. 324- 

1665. 324-1111 
Gardner, Kenneth C. 428 N. Hite Avenue. Apt. 12. Louis- 
ville 895-2813. 584-7136 
Garrett. Richard A.. Box 37, Simpsonville, 722-8858. 722- 

8995 
Gartin, Robert B.. 140 Main Street, Paintsville, 789-8592 
Gastineau. Jobv Alvin, III. 2113 St. Teresa Drive, Lex- 

in.gton. 266-6123, 254-4017 
Gentry. Dale J., 4945 Determine Lane. Louisville. 447-5981. 

585-,5814 
George. Bovce D,. 2418 Glenmarv Avenue. Louisville. 

458-8582 
Gcttler. John F., 705 Providence Road. Lexington, 266- 

4801 254-4017 
Gfell, George V.. 3319 Coldstream, Lexington, 272-1349 
Gihson. Richard L.. 105 4th Street. Cvnthiana. 234-4251. 

234-4032 
Gilkerson. Pat. Rt. 1. Prichard. W. Va. 486-5291. 429-3341 
Gilman. Ronald R.. Rt. 1. Box 114. Delbarton. W. Va. 
Glass. K. L,. 108 Adkins Street. Clarksville. Tennessee. 

648-2056. 798-2018 
Goble, Gary Lynn. Box 306, Prestonsburg 886-6300, 886- 

2756 
Goebel. Hilbert. 4027 Leesburg Lane, Cincinnati. Ohio. 

271-8431. 421-3856 
Goodman. Herbert. 232 Greensburg Road. Hodgenville. 

358-3546 
Gore, Bailey. 1603 Sunset. Murray. 753-8509. 762-6286 
Gorham, Harry C. 117 Hamilton Park. Lexington. 255- 

4165, 252-2011 
Gour, Bob, 218 S. Lee. Bowling Green, 843-9582, 842-9431 
Graas. Oscar Leonard. 6125 Loretta Street. Louisville. 

964-9520. 454-4668 
Grabowski. James T.. Rt, 3. Box 777B. South Point. Ohio. 

894-5333. 894-5333 
Grace. Charles K.. Cvpress Street. Pineville, 337-3331, 337- 

2348 
Grace. H. E.. Jr.. 127 Alpine Road. Middlesboro, 248-1290, 

3.37-2720 
Gradv, Wesley D., 420 N. Main, Marion, 965-3131. 965-3131 
Graham James E., 2517 Jackson Street, Ashland, 324-8169, 

325-8511. Ext. 733 
Green. Donald P.. 832 Brand. Mavfield. 247-6038. 247-6038 
Greenwell. Robert A,. 4114 Wimpole, Louisville, 459-8646, 

5,33-3875 
Griffey, Richard, Box 1425 Williamson, W. Va., 235-5228. 

235-3120 
Gross, Joe. Box 697, Hazard. 436-2661 
Gupton. George E., 1050 Legion Road, Greensburg, 932- 

4233. 932-4200 
Qint'in Lawi'pnco R,. 103 Hillview Acres. Greensburg, 

932-5001. 932-5001 
Guv, N. S., Ill, 439 E, Mound Street, Harlan, 573-1598, 

573-4707 
Hackett, Wilbur L., Sr., 1472 Olive Street, Louisville. 772- 

0493. 452-4109 
Hadden. Newell P.. Jr.. 942 Wolf Run Road. Lexington. 

255-.5332. 254-6684 
Hadden. N. Perry. Ill 177 Quebec Way. Lexington. 272- 

3504. 253-0716 
Hagan. Joe E.. 300 Sherbrooke Road. Louisville. 425-1325 
Hall. Charles E.. 601 Pontiac Trail. Danville. 236-8811. 

236-2604 
Hall. Samuel E. 1931 E. 21st Street. Owensboro, 684-4153, 

684-8811 
Hall. William W., Box 381, Prestonsburg. 886-3415. 789-8211 
Hambv. Thomas E,. 201 Gateway Lane. Hopkinsville. 

885-9980 
Hamilton, Michael. South Shore, 932-4673. 932-3757 
Hammons, George F.. Box 23, Barbourville, 546-4589, 546- 

4022 
Hammons, Wendell L., Baughman, 542-2005, 252-7511 
Hancock. Norb 2412 Tavener Drive. Louisville. 425-0005. 

425-0005 
Handy Thomas V.. Moberly BIdg.. London. 864-9007. 864- 

2252 
Hario Austin A.. 108 Airport Road. Claiksville. Tennessee. 

431-3781 
"T.ris Divid L n. .we' A Bardstown 348-5733. 348-3.311 
Harris. Miekev. PSG. Co. D 6th Bn.. 2nd AIT Erg.. Ft. 

Knox, 4-2998, 4-1914 
Harris, Robert, Rt. 1. Eddwille, 388-9475. 388-2211 



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llaish, Roiiiild B., 2U Oxford Place, Louisville, 893-2335, 

774-7379 
Hatcher. Robert. 132 Holmes Drive. Paducah, 898-2521, 

247-8640 
Hawkins. Donald H.. Rt. 1. Ekron, 828-3631, 828-2125 
Hawkins, Will A. iBillvl. 407 Grace Street, Springfield, 

Tennessee. .354-5310, 384-5583 
Heaberlin. Bill, 436 Washington Avenue, Flatwoods, 836- 

6915. 325-5511, Ext. 253 
Hedae, David W., 321 Mockingbird Drive, Jeffersonville, 

Indiana. 283-3962. 283-31.55 
Heinichen. Carl C. lf>41 Shollenberger Avenue, Cincinnati, 

Ohio, 931-7.997, 931-7997 
Heinze, Frank. 204 Maple Avenue. Prestonsburg, 886-2436, 

377-2481 
Heinze. John G.. 39 S. Highland Avenue, Prestonsburg. 

886-2195 886-2356 
Helton. Leslie Carroll. 1710 Gagel Apt. 13, Louisville, 447- 

2168. 584-4305 
Hendon, L. J.. 228 S. 15th Street. Murray, 753-3658, 753-2825 
Henderson. Charles A., Rt. 6. Mt. Zoar Road. Hopkinsville. 

885-5771 
Hendricks. Donald A., 4773 S. 6th Street. Louisville, 368- 

5388. 459-9660 
Hensley, Larry O.. Rt. 1. Box 340A. Irvine, 723-5594 293- 

3920 
Herrick. Calvin P.. Jr.. 200 S. Arnold Avenue, Pi'estons- 

burg, 886-3494. 886-2311 
He.vitt. R. T. College Station. Murray. 753-5435, 762-4458 
Hicks. Jack. 10 Lockwood Place. Ft. Thomas, 441-2405. 

261-6666 
Hicks. Llovd. 6253 Spring Mever, Cincinnati, Ohio, 574- 

4233. 671-3000 Ext. 452 
Kill. Earl F.. Rt. 6. Box 141, London, 864-2521, 864-2128 
Hina, Charles W., 411 Parnsh Avenue, Owensboro, 684- 

4092 
Hina. Henry B.. R. R. 1. Sturgis. 333-5933, 333-4008 
Hines. Ricliard G.. Rt. 1. Box 228. Bardstown, 348-9488. 

348-9231 
Hinkle. Harold L.. 816 Brown Street. Chesapeake. Ohio, 

867-4496 867-3195 
Hite. Phillip H.. 205 Madison, Bardstown, 348-6267 
Hoffman, Thomas Allen. 511 West 33rd Street, Covin,gton, 

581-7685. 272-3481 
Hofstetter, Joe, Box 1815, Williamson W. Va.. 235-1433, 

235-1400 
Hollingsworth, Ralph. 206 8th Avenue E. Springfield, Ten- 
nessee. 384-5467. 3R4-.5700 
Holthaus. Franklvn, 1820 DeArmand. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

931-0931 
Holton. Glenn. 121 Nelson Court, Barboursville, W. Va., 

736-6656. 529-4173. Ext. 223 
Hopson. James E., Rt, 6, Box 918M, Pikeville, 437-7772, 

432-1461 
Hoinsby. Colin, 2515 Oak Street, Flatwoods, 836-9137, 836- 

6,331 
Horsman. Bill. 2902 S. 5th Street. Louisville. 637-1201. 

964-3301 
Howard. Clarence P.. Jr., Earp Mobile Park, Rt. 52. Wayne. 

W. Va. 
Howard. Jasper B.. 1305 Gloucester, Middlesboro, 248-3388. 

3.37-3093 
floward. Robert E., Kettle Island 337-5368, 337-3320 
Howell. Leon E.. 1100 Alder Avenue. Louisville. 969-1541. 

587-8811 
Hubbard. John Douglas. 215 W. Beall, Bardstown, 348-3067. 

,348-8114 
Huber. Carl W.. 125 N. 37 Street. Louisville. 774-3387 
Huffine. Gary L.. Rt. 2. Paducah. 442-4125, 443-8471 
Hunter. Charles. Box 443. Evarts. 837-2817. 837-2502 
Hunter. James E.. 4219 Naneen Drive. Louisville 367-1361. 

584-7848 
Hunter. Willard C. 713 Jefferson Avenue. Huntington. W. 

Va.. 525-2313. 529-2311 
Hurley. Robert. Box 244. Williamson, W. Va. 
Hurt. Thomas C. 122 Hamilton Avenue. Lancaster. 792- 

3067. 782-2312 
Hyre, Michael P.. Jr.. 8581 Shuman Lane. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

522-5688. 241-7.593 
Idol. Lloyd. Jr.. 116 Leafwood Road. Middlesboro. 248-5761 
Isaacs. Jack. Box 452. Flatwoods. 836-5490. 325-8511. Ext. 

731 
Isaacs, Marvin D.. 3229 Deborah Lane. Cincinnati, Ohio, 

522-0988, 771-3100. Ext. .33 
Ishmael. Stephen A.. 407 Tucker Station Road. Middletown. 

245-9571. 245-9571 
Jackson. Donald. Evarts. 837-2263. 837-2502 
Jacoby. Ben. 320 Clayton Avenue, Georgetown, 255-6812 

(Bus). 
James. Gene. 1507 S. 3rd Street. Ironton. Ohio. 532-6976, 

.532-6976 
Janes, Charles W,. 112 E. Daughertv, Bardstown 348-5780, 

348-3931 
Jarrell, Frank W.. Box 46. Ceredo, W. Va. 
Jeffries. David T.. 5517 New Hampshire Blvd.. Apt. 4. 

Louisville. 969-3478 
Jenkins. Beryl. 2326 S. 11th. Ironton. Ohio, 532-.5215 532- 

3911 
Johns, Charles, Rt. 3. Fulton. 479-1819. 479-1960 
.lohanson. Ralph G . 2423 LaRochelle Road. Lexington, 

253-1266. 2.52-.3416 



Johnson. Bob, 3310 Springhaven, Catlettsburg, 739-4628, 

325-8511, Ext. 557 
Johnson. Gordon M., Box 682, Prestonsburg 886-6163, 

886-6163 
Johnson. Harrv A.. Jr., 4329 Harts Court, Paducah, 443- 

1767, 444-6311, Ext. 402 
Johnson. Jon K.. Whitman Apts. ^7, Pikeville 437-9708, 

432-1414 
Johnson. John W.. 35 Park Avenue. Nitro, W. Va. 
Johnson, Judri L,, 2308 Becker Court, Louisville, 776-3930 
Johnson, L, H, 'Buddv", 703 Hope Street. Hopkinsville. 886- 

4067. 439-3931 
Johnson. Stan W.. 3500 Ashlawn Drive. Owensboro, 084- 

2157. 683-6226 
Johnson. Willis. Leon Road. Grayson. 474-5386 
Jones. Denver 685 North Main, Hazard. 436-2666 
Jones. J, Carl. 1904 Goodwin Avenue. Corbm. 528.2349 
Jones. James M,, 1216 Tallow Lane. Louisville. 361-3273. 

4,59-1751 
Jones. Paul D.. 4012 Massie Avenue. Louisville. 895-5074. 

636-4980 
Jones. Rodney Charles, 4914 N. W. 18th Place, Gainesville, 

Florida. 378-8805. 252-9738 
Jones. William L.. 814 McCuUum. Elizabethtown. 765-6061, 

765-4186 
Jordan. Cliarles Michael. Rt. 1. Box 233. Pikeville. 432-2841. 

437-7281 
Jump. Frank E.. 200 Elizabeth Street. Bowling Green, 842- 

8060, 843-4707 
Kammerdiener. Ronald. YMCA Rm. =516, Louisville. 582- 

47R7 (Bus.) 
Karr. Don. 150:< Woodwin Court. Corbin. 528-6466 
Kaires. Ronald R.. Box 2262, Huntington. W. Va. 
Kaufman. Alvin R,. 8215 St, Anthony Ch, Road. Louisville, 

366-0126 .587-0871 
Keifer, Robert B.. 2916 Hackworth Street. Ashland. 324- 

2872. 324-1111, Ext. 6323 
Keller. Terrv Joe. 355 Bond Street. Covington, 261-9987, 

251-2203 
Kennedy, James R.. 1629 Brittany Lane Lexington. 255- 

2524. 873-5948 
Kimble. Frank. Box 2173. Williamson, W. Va. 
Kimble. Jeflerv. Box 2173. Williamson. W. Va. 
Kmnard, Robert F.. 2349 Shandon Drive. Lexington. 293- 

0804, 233-2000, Ext. 3685 
Kirk. Charles. -Cumberland, 589-2086. 633-4422 
Kirhy. Tommy. 2338 Strotman Road. Louisville. 448-7811 
Kirk. Millard. 116 Lewis Avenue. Barboursville. W. Va. 
Kiser. Larry L.. 10.000 Thixton Lane. Fern Creek. 239-0548, 

239-3234 
Klusman, Carl J.. Jr.. 3108 Gambriel 'Court. Louisville. 

459-0581. 634-1531, Ext. 258 
Knight. Cecil S.. 523 Roseview Terrace. New Albanv, 

Indiana. 945-1248, 584-3211, Ext. 651 
Kraft, H. Nellis 9321 W. Central. Apt. 2. Wichita, Kansas. 

722-4287, 262-2456 
Kratzenberg. Ralph. 2412 South 10th. Ironton. Ohio. 532- 

5741, 532-5741 
Kratzenberg, Richard, 25.35 S. 8th, Ironton. Ohio. 532-0914. 

532-2345 
Kratzenberg. Robert R,. 2420 S, Uth, Ironton, Ohio. 532- 

.5741. 532-4840 
Kuhl. Lawrence. Houser Lane. London. 864-6235. 864-4182 
LaFountain. James L,. Rt. 4. Box 312. Nicholasville. 885- 

3234. 293-3822 
Laird. Ronald E.. 116 Quinten Avenue. Madisonville. 821- 

2485. 821-9030 
Lanibcrt. Irvin. 5110 Rural Way. Louisville, 969-4718, 582- 

5504 
Landers. John F.. Rt. 4, Box 221. Clarksville, Tennessee. 

647-2656. 798-6805 
Lange, William E,. Jr.. 5515 Ken Lane. Louisville. 935-4710. 

635-6359 
LaSalvia James. 1115 Fairview. Bowling Green. 843-3968. 

781-2750 
Lav/. William J.. 1022 Pamela Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio. 231- 

2479. 441-0068 
Lawson. Leiand. 9490 Deporres Avenue, Lexington, 254- 

1009. 254-8074 
Layman. Gil. 1000 Payne. Murray. 753-2287 
Leahy. Pat. 2907 Cromarty Way. Louisville. 459-2066, 587- 

1121. Ext. 472 
Ledford. Thos. B.. 7850-A Estrada Avenue. Ft. Knox, 624- 

.3484. 524-2019 
Lee. Doug. Woodland Hills. Harlan. 573-2676. 573-3440 
Lee. William A,. Wallins Creek. 664-2127, 573-5027 
Lefevers, Colman J.. Kettle Island. 337-3808 
I.egg. Larry W.. Box 33. Buffalo. W. Va. 
Lenahan, Thomas F.. 4309 Retreat Road Louisville. 964- 

4036, 451-6008 
LeQuire, Harold M.. Woodland Hills, Harlan, 573-18.57, 573- 

5151 
Levy. Arthur E.. Box 74A. Meted Rt. 2, Williamson, W. Va.. 

237-1171. 237-1010 
Lewis, Jesse, P.O. Box 202. Proctorville. Ohio. 886-6890. 

429-1381, Ext. 258 
Liheratore. Samuel M.. 809 Bartlev Avenue. Bardstown, 

348-6245 
Lillie, William Westly. 3018 Tavlorsville Road. Louisville. 

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Lindon, Bob, 22U8 Jasmine Drive, Lexington, 278-2439, 5(i4- 

3070 
Linso, Henr\ E., 424 W. Main, Vine Grove, 877-2346, 877- 

5537 
Linnes, Clifford C. P.O. Box 207, Science Hill, 423-2171, 

678-8111, Ext. 233 
Lipscomb, William G., Rt. 1, Box 35, 1890 Martha Road, 

B.Ti-boursville, W. Va. 
Locev. Dennis Rav, Box 528, Walnut Street, Flatwoods, 

836-3927. 836-5201 
Lockhart, Dan, Virgie 639-2330, 456-7790 
Logan, Eh. 416 Hill Street, Hazard. 136-5018, 436-5018 
Long, James E., Box 73, Baskett 

Long, Morgan, Star Rt. =420. Nancv, 679-1490, 679-1117 
Lovall. Tommv, Tiptonville. Tennessee, 253-6561, 253-7253 
Lowe. Gene T., Rt. 6, Box 28. London, 864-5724, 864-2207 
Lowe, Stan, Box 337, Russellville. 726-6647, 726-6647 
Lusbv, George, 615 Pueblo Trail Georgetown, 863-1440, 

863-1170 
Lvkms, James O.. 90 Allison Drive. Florence, 371-9531, 

371-6366 
Lyons, Ronald G., 1224 7th Street, Huntington, W. Va., 

522-1578, Ashland, 324-4141 
Malone.v, William, 13 5th Avenue, Highland Heights, 441- 
Melmige, James, Jr., Box 2117. Williamson, W. Va. 

1408 
McClure. Tom. 204 Madison Avenue, Bardstown, 348-9662. 

343-3831 
McCormick. Don R,, 402 Nutwood. BowUng Green. 781-3337, 

842-0375 
McCormick, Dcnald. 36 S. .^Ivasia Street, Henderson, 826- 

6314, 826-8451 
McCowan, Connell, Rt, 1, Box 253, Corbin, 528-4932 
McCray. Carl G.. 3540 Camelot Drive, Lexington, 272-4773, 

2.33-2000, Ext. 3636 
McDonald, Thomas M.. 316 Rettig Road, Henderson, 826- 

8187. 826-2871 
McDouaal, Alf, 7719 Kim Drive, Louisville, 363-5292 
McElroy. James E., 2961 Sixth Avenue, Huntington, W. Va. 
McFadden. Jimmie, 649 Northside Drive, Le-xington, 299- 

16,35, 254-9366 
-McGehee, Gordon, 733 Forest Lane, Covington, 261-6880, 

441-5081 
McGinty, L. V., Jr., 3938 Sunset Avenue. Padueah, 442-8080. 

442-8050 
McGuire, Jack 6421 Six Mile Lane, Louisville, 459-4031. 

964-7367 
McKenzie, Claude L-. Auxier. 886-2097 
McKenzie Robert. 1809 Chestnut. Kenova, W. Va., 453- 

3631, 525-7641 
McLane, Albert I.. Rt. 5. Maple Lane, Elizabethtown, 765- 

7391, Cecilia. 862-3924 
McMillen, James N.. 305 Riverside Drive, Russell, 836-8054, 

324-6191 
McPeek. Talmadge, 600 Beth Ann Drive. Flatwoods. 836- 

4540, 836-5201 
Magruder, Earl. Jr., 6911 Oakview. Louisville. 239-1015. 637- 

2527 
Malloy. Ray. 4P14 Fielding. Louisville. 447-2871 
Malone. Dennis. 436 Higliwav. Ludlow. 291-9506 
Malone. James F., 200 Padgett. Corbin. 528-2424, 528-9019 
Maloney, Ross H. "Pat", 6871 Greenmeadow Court, Louis- 
ville, 893-2348. 895-2020 
M-loney. William. 13 oth .Xvenue. Hliihland Heights. 

441-1408 
Mang, Berrv W.. Jr.. 1624 Woodburn. Covington. 261-9932. 

632-8441 
Marcum. Bruce. 1037 W. 6th Street =2. Huntington, W. Va. 

522-3669, 523-1974 
Martin, Thomas F.. Box 175. Dawson Springs. 797-4051, 

797-2217 
Mason. Leslie (Joel. 2345 Shandon Drive. Lexington. 299- 

1440, 233-2000. Ext. 3445 
Mason, Wardv C, 1826 Linton Road, Lexington, 299-9344, 

233-2000. Ext. 7057 
Matarazzo. S. M., 1602 Keenland Drive Murray, 753-8354, 

762-3317 
Mathis. Mike. 8447 Foxcrot't Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 522- 

9010. 562-6650 
Mattinglv, Charles "Pete", 3813 Poplar Level Road. Louis- 
ville. 459-5793, 448-2761 
Mattingly, Wavne C, 103 East 10th. Russellville, 726-7466. 

726-2051 
May. E. B.. Jr.. Box 185. Prestonsburg. 886-3414. 886-8661 
May. Larry. 59 W. 2nd Avenue, Williamson, W. Va.. 235- 

2393. 235-1400. Ext. 67 
Mayer. Ed, 1341 Alexandria Drive, B-1, Lexington 
Mavhew, William M.. 906 Pawnee Drive. Elizabethtown. 

765-2706. Ft. Knox. 4-4449 
Maynard, James L . Ant. 47. Victoria Court. Williamson. 

W. Va., 235-3235, 237-1010. Ext. 243 
Maynard, William D., 651 Indian Br. Road. Kenova, W, 

Va.. 429-1660. 525-7641. Ext. 272 
Meadors. Wm. J.. 1529 State Street .Bowling Green, 745- 

3786. 745-3348 
Mehniee. -Tain's, ^i- Bo.k 2117, Williamson. W. Va. 
Mercke. Frank R., 417 Lotis Wav. Louisville. 896-8460, 

634-9491 
Mercker. George E.. 1106 Republic Bldg.. LouisviUe. 451- 

8399, 584-2371 
Mestepey. James R . 152 Whispering Hills. Bowling Green, 



781-3602, 842-8123 
Metcalf. Ken. Rt. 3. Munfordville. 524-9704, 524-9465 
Metzger, Don, 9312 Cloverwood Lane, Fern Creek. 239-9813, 

239-9813 
Metzler, Norman J., Jr.. 1501 Earl. Apt. 1. LouisviUe, 361- 

7,504, 635-2655 
Meyer, Bud 5319 Lilibet Court, Cincinnati, Ohio, 922-3459, 

381-4300 
.Me>er Raymond F., 253 Van Voast, BeUevue, 261-3272, 

341-9309 
Mick. Paul E., Box 191. Marion, 965-2521, 965-4542 
.Miller. E. D.. Jr.. 6262 RosaUnd Road, Huntington, W. Va.. 

736-5379 
.Miller, Harold R., 205 Robin Road, Russell, 836-3855, 836- 

9422 
Miller. Wilham David. East Point. 886-2018 
Milum. Kenneth J,. 750 W. Noel, MadisonviUe, 821-1323, 

821-9067 
Minta. John H.. 1010 Irving Drive, ClarksviUe, Indiana. 

283-4778. 589-4400 
Moody. Wilham R.. 2032 Oleander Drive. Lexington. 277- 

9622. 255-5612 
Mooneyhan, James H.. 810 Henrv Street. Franklin. 586- 

4939, 586-3201 
Moore, Allen G,. 1541 Gallagher Street, Louisville, 583-8480, 

589-3060. Ext. 584 
Moore, Franklin "Bud". 5351 Whitmore Drive, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 922-8317. 621-8770 
Moore. Robert. 441 Forest Avenue, Erlanger, 341-6837, 

563-1100 
Moore, William Kelly. Prestonsburg. 886-3623. 886-3083 
Mordica. William A.. 800 Edgewood Avenue. Ashland. 324- 

7741, 324-7741 
Morgan, Richard, Rt. 6 Box 64, London. 864-6511. 864-6240 
Morris. Jerrv O.. 2548 Harrison. Padueah, 443-2189, 335-3131 
Morrison, Clifton Darrell, Milton, W. Va., 743-6300 
Morrisse^', Rockne, 2012 Trentwood Circle, Davton, Ohio, 

433-3304 
Morse, Richard K., 163 N. Deepwood Drive, Radcliff. 351- 

3748, 624-4454 
Motley. Jerrv N.. 907 Magnolia Avenue. BowUng Green, 

781-1155. 781-4585 
.Mounts, David G. 217 Marlene Drive, Evansville, Indiana, 

423-6930, 423-7832 
Mullannix. Walter W.. 3521 Rocky Hill Terrace. Lexington, 

272-5153, 233-2000, E.xt. 2395 
Muller. William J.. 1246 Center Street. Bowling Green, 

842-7303 
Mulliken, David K. Box 2619. PikevlUe. 437-7512, 432-1486 
IMullms. Charles E., Schultz Road. South Shore, 932-3388, 

836-5931 
Murray, Thomas. 25 Ashton. Ft. Mitchell, 331-1891, 961-1691 
Nassida. Frank Robert, 108 Buckwoort Drive, Richmond, 

623-9209, 623-1530 
Neal, Gene, 3648 SR 132, Rt. 1, Batavia, Ohio 
Neal. Ted Y., 331 South Walnut Street, Huntington, W. Va. 
Nelson. Clarence Robert. 2911 .Asbury Place. Owensboro. 

683-0816. Lewisaort 295-3451. Ext. 343 
Xickell. Duane "Red". 2009 Broad. Padueah, 444-6095, 543- 

7468 
Nolan, Michael Bruce. 36 W M'town Road =6, Bowling 

Green. 842-8978. 842-1462 
Noland. Douglas, 305 Herndon Avenue, Stanford, 365-2609, 

365-2619 
Nord. Bertrand J.. 3006 Falmouth Drive. Louisville, 459- 

6596. 459-1505 
Norton, Timothy Joseph, 831 Minoma Avenue, Louisville, 

634-8722. 634-8722 
Norwood. Donald V. 814 Strawberry Lane. Franklin. 586- 

5119. 586-4636 
.Vorwood. Thomas R., 811 Henry Street. Franklin. 586-3614. 

586-3541 
Nourse. Donald E., 1315 Bihlman Drive. Portsmouth, Ohio, 

3.53-1871 
Oldham, Ben R., 3360 High Hope Road, Lexington, 272- 

1678. 272-1515 
Omar. Max C, 1009 Walnut, Fulton, 472-3904 
Omer. Harold G., 150 N. Crestmoor, LouisviUe, 896-4170, 

778-1659 
O Nan, Norman, Rt. 1. Henderson. 827-3968, 826-9578 
O'Neal. Bud. .3628 Kelly Way. Louisville. 458-7940 
Orem, Dale L.. 409 Chippewa Drive. Jeffersonville, Indiana, 

283-8225, 636-4151 
Osborne, Donald E., 5147 Heath Creek, BarboursvUle, W. 

Va. 
Osborne. Lonnie K.. Box 46. Robinson Creek. 639-4049. 

432-1414 
Osborne Ted G. Box 806, Lexington. 266-6152. 266-6152 
Osborne, Tom. 1731 Phillip Street. Ironton, Ohio, 532-4438, 

532-1262 
Osting. James E.. 11, 7518 Yorktowni Road. Louisydlle, 368- 

9631. 585-2231, Ext. 436 
Osting. Lawrence J.. 1221 Bates Court, LouisviUe, 451-2070 
Owen, Sterling P.. IV.. 141 Taylor Drive, Cynthlana, 234- 

,5261. 234-3896 
Pace. Donald W., 2023 Deauville Drive, Lexington, 252- 

6535, 255-0398 
Padgett, R. K., 112 Richardson Drive, Somerset, 678-5485, 

678-4141 
Page. James N., P. O. Box 64, Pineville, 337-6420, 337-3631 
Pardue, Israel Lerov, Jr., 1005 S. 28th Street. LouisviUe, 



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776-7484. 774-3215 
Pardue. Israel L.. Sr.. Rt. 2. Box 482 F, New Albany, 

Indiana. 944.0297. 774-6431 
Parker. Bob L.. 8602 Honor Avenue, Louisville. 969-9090. 

587-1121 Ext. 586 
Parker. Francis V.. 212 S. Broadway, Providence, 667-2791, 

639-2651 
Parsley, Clyde E., Rt. 2. Providence. 667-2524 
Passafiunie. John. 4410 Norene Lane, Louisville. 964-9786. 

454-0466 
Pate. Llovd W.. 608 Ronnie Road. Madison, Tennessee, 

868-3751. 868-2910 
Patterson. John L., 3351 Orchard Avenue, Indianapolis. 

Indiana. 632-2573, 255-2312 
Patterson, William C, 419 Henry Street, Greensburg. 93.'?- 

4738. 932-4263 
Pat7. Richard Alan. 11 E. Lakeshore Drive, Apt. 7. Cincin- 
nati. Ohio. 821-0756. 562-8702 
Paxton. Gary R.. 2485 Versailles Road. Lexington. 252-0570, 

232-0570 
Peake. K\'le M.. 2 Pinccone Lane Spring Vallev. Hunting- 
ton. W. Va. 
Peeno. Harrv R., 124 Morris Road. Lookout Heights, 331- 

1981 
Perkins, Ronnie. Upton. 373-5051 

Perrv. Alfred H.. 2 Karvn Court. Barboursville, W. Va. 
Perry. James W.. 708 Spring Street. St. Albans. W, Va.. 

727-4023. 722-3341 
Pteiffer. Steven. 3182 Lainar, Lexington, 266-4872 
Phipps. James M.. P.O. Box 285, Heidrick. 546-6344. 546-4185 
Pierce. Georue William. Jr.. 2807 S. Va. Street, Hopkins- 

ville. 8S6-809,S, 885-3134 
Pietrowski. Paul. 108 Bishop. Corbin, 528-6391. 528-1630 
Pinson. Eugene. Rt 2. 171 A. Ashland. 928-6228, 324-3101 
Pirkle. Paul S.. 4146 East 4th, Owensboro. 683-8331, 295-3454 
Pittman, Spencer R., 602 College Street, Winchester, 744- 

8508, 744-8293 
Poole. Win. F.. 118 Ridgewav Avenue. Louisville. 893-3863. 

452-5630 
Porco Kenn.eth J.. 3924 Lavside Drive, Louisville, 459- 

3455, 458-3281 
Porter, Clarence Lee, 3855 Grace Street, New Boston, Ohio, 

456-5015, 456-4626 
Powell. Calvin Clav, 159 Wabasli Drive, Lexington, 278- 

7507. 252-3434 
Powell. Logan G., 209 Lakeshore. Lexington, 269-2828, 299- 

9113 
Powers, Clark, 203 Houston Avenue, Paris, 987-6328, 624- 

3641 
Powers. Elmer. 1017 N. Main. Barbourville. 546-6613. 864- 

2701 
Preece. John C Box 355. Kermit. W, Va. 393-3251 
Puckett. Michael. 114 Cedar Drive. Pikeville. 437-4436 
Pugh. Rov D.. 3510 Barclay Drive. Jeffersontown. 267-5513. 

.368-0975 
Quehl Bud. 9 Country Club Lane, Princeton. 365-2238. 

365-2620 
Rains. Richard. Dr.. 943 Spring Street. Covington. 291-7631. 

291-7630 
Ramev. Rov. 312 N. Central Avenue, Prestonsburg, 886- 

2208. 386-2284 
Randall. Lerov "Lee", Rt. 2 U. S. 27. Alexandria. 694-6446. 

635-2191 
Rapp, Bill, 1836 Woodland Drive. Ironton. Ohio. 532-1983. 

532-7245 
Raque. Ron. 5509 Pattie Lane. Louisville. 964-2350. 458-3695 
Rascoe. Robert B.. 2641 Nashville Road. Bowling Green. 

842-2.360. 745-2456 
Rawdon. Richard M.. Jr.. P.O. Box 631, Georgetown, 863- 

4P.97 
Ray. Bob. 3120 Old LaGrange Road. Louisville. 425-7654. 

425-7654 
Rav. Frank D.. 3950 Green Vallev Road. Huntington. W. Va. 
Ray. Shirley G.. 4521 Old Hartford Road. Owensboro. 684- 

8963. 684-0104 
Read. Frederick K.. 1338 Greenup. Covington. 431-5197, 

431-5197 
Recktenwald, Thomas. 714 Woodlawn HI. Louisville. 363- 

0624, 584-0.371 
Reddington, Jim, 3824 Glenside Place, Louisville. 452-9689 
Redman. David E.. Rt. 4. Cadiz. 522-6660. 522-3215 
Reece. Jerry T.. 1992 Spring Station Drive. Lexington. 299- 

9454. 564-3070 
Reed. Gordon "Moe". 22 Riverside Parkway. Ft. Thomas. 

441-4946 
Reid. Don. 711 E. Market Street. Princeton. 365-9502 
Renfro. James H.. 4035 Court Avenue, Paducah. 443-6611. 

444-6311. Ext. 435 
Rhodes. Cecil, Box 291. Barbourville. 546-4777 
Richardson. William H.. 205 Fields Cliff Drive. Whitesburg, 

6.33-7217. 633-2339 
Riggs. C. Dennis. 3131 Sudbury Lane. Louisville. 451-1278. 

42f;-1767 
Rin!!. Bill. 48! Rookwooil Pkwv.. l.rxington, 299-7089, 255- 

8492 
RiDlev. Lvnn. Harbour Drive, Chesapeake. Ohio. 1167 8094. 

529-:)311 
Roberts. James E. 1019 Pawnee Drive. Elizabethtown. 

765-4739. 769-2311 
Robinson. D. Blake. Kentucky Avenue. Pikeville. 437-6021. 
432-3161 



Robinson. Don L.. 2012 Poplar, Kenova. W. Va., 453-3860. 

529-7191 
Robinson. George C. Jr.. 3505 Paragon Court. Louisville. 

451-6375. 778-5531. Ext. 333 
Rodgers, Tom H., 327 N. Scott. Madisonville. 821-7312, 274- 

3325 
Roe, Doyle "Buddy", Jr.. Isom, 633-2973, 633-2961 
Roeckers, Bernie W. 2738 Caledon Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

231-2603, 831-2990 
Rogers, Eldridge, 310 Talbert, Hopkinsville, 885-5571, 886- 

3921 
Rose, Robert Lee, Jr.. 9806 Marv Dell Lane, Louisville, 

239-0059, 778-4421 
Rosen William H., Box 2197, Williamson, W. Va., 237-1092, 

235-1995 
Rouse, Donald J., Jr.. Box 714, Williamson, W. Va. 
Rowe. Harrv Robert, II, 315 Cherokee Trail, Huntington, 

W. Va, 
Rudolph. Fred. Jr.. 5600 Jeanine Drive, Louisville, 969-3013, 

635-7441, Ext. 38 
Russell. Gary E.. 2112 Gresory Drive. Henderson. 827-2437 
Russell, Joe," Box 109, Russellville, 726-6983, 726-9531 
Russman, Godfrey F.. Jr.. 1041 Goss Avenue. Louisville, 

969-2175, 635-7426 
Sale, Jack, 604 12th Avenue, Huntington, W, Va„ 525-7473, 

529-2318, Ext. 210 
Salver. Henry E.. 5602 Spicewood Lane. Louisville, 969-6371, 

634-1,531. Ext. 60 
Sammons, Terry Lynn. 4308 Burnt Cedar Lane, Louisville. 

964-0852. 587-1121, Ext. 252 
Sanders, Mel, 4300 Kimberly Court, Paducah, 442-3650, 

564-4081 
Sanks. David, 3808 Dixie Hwv.. Louisville, 448-5920, 778- 

6631 
Sapp, Edwrad. 2806 Dell Brooke Avenue, Louisville, 458- 

8989. 452-3675 
Satterlv. Grant. 8.32 Shelby Street. Frankfort. 223-5810 
Saturlev. Randall. P.O. Box 682. Henderson. 826-6039. 

826-9393 
Savior. Gary L., General Delivery, Tremont, 573-2584, 589- 

2153 
SaVlors. Carlee, Rt. 6. Murray. 753-7979. 924-5602 
Schmidt. Thomas C. 6710 Bahama Lane, Louisville, 969- 

7780, 582-5521 
Schmitt, K. F.. 710 E. Walnut. Louisville, 458-9065, 585-8269 
Schmitt, Nicholas G.. 1619 Deer Park, Louisville, 458-9065 
Schmitt, Paul E.. 3864 Darlene Drive. Louisville. 778-5355, 

772-365R 
Schreibler, Piul J., ,5948 Oak Apple Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

.574-2860. 671-7232 
Schuble. Charles F... 2352 Ashwood, Louisville. 459-1774. 

636-1431 
Schultz. Frank D.. 206 W. Beall. Bardstown, 348-5137, 348- 

5137 
Scl-.utte, Joe, 2513 Paddock Lane, Louisville, 448-7565, 583- 

4413 
Scott. W. L. "Bill", 1816 McDonald Road, Lexington, 278- 

2844. 254-1313 
Seale. Frank E., 1001 Tates Creek Road, Lexington, 266- 

8545 
Seavers, Joe, 2517 Ann Street, Ludlow, 341-0213, 291-8925 
Selvy, Curt, 103 Steele, Corbin, 528-4677 
Sesher, James. 7091 Manderlav Drive, Florence, 371-812S. 

721-8711 
Shanks. Thomas E., 3113 Vogue Avenue, Louisville, 454- 

4203. 582-5514 
Sharp. Jerry. 2426 W. Cumberland. Middlesboro. 248-1162, 

248-2930 
Sharp, Mike, 121 S. 21st Street, Middlesboro, 248-3916, 

337-2532 
Sharp. Robert J.. 2909 Jessup. Cincinnati. Ohio. 681-2110 
Sharp. Ronnie E.. 140 Chasteen, Middlesboro, 248-3916 
Shaughnessv, Bernard E.. 2129 East Lane. Louisville, 448- 

4923, 583-4854, Ext. 21 
Shelton. Donald Ralph. 1700 Main Street. Murray. 753-3656, 

762-2054 
Shelton, James S., 214 E. 20th Street. Benton, 527-9802, 

527-2361 
Shepherd, John Wayne, Middle Creek Road, West Prestons- 
burg, 886-6517. 886-22.52 
Shewmaker. Wayne. 206 W. Meadow Drive. Clarksville, 

Tennessee. 647-7351 
Shirkev, George, Box 251, Culloden, W. Va, 
Shofner Carl L.. 204 Halstead. Bardstown. 348-8729, 348- 

,3931 
Shontee. Raymond T.. 2204 Wingfield Court. Louisville. 

772-2031. 776-9365 
Shnwalter. John W.. Georgetown 

Shumaker, Thurman E,. Rt. 2. Princeton. 365-9479. 762-6151 
Simms. Clarence E.. 43 E. Ridge, Newport, 261-0735, 243-3104 
Simpson, Olandn J. "Bill". Applachian Regional Hospital. 

Hazard, 436-2924. 436-3111 
Sinkewitz. George J. 1511 Fi nnklin Street. Huntington, 

W Va 
Sizcinoie, Aster, 29 SunValley Terrace, Hazard, 436-3402, 

436-2107 
Sligh, Jim, 2601 Hampton Street, Ashland, 325-1129, 739- 

5111 
Slone Earl D.. Rt. 1. Box 104. Corbin. 528-4197. .528-9035 
Small. David E.. 2216 Janlyn Road, Louisville 



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Smith, BUI H., 12909 Dixie Highway, Louisville, 935-6578, 

587-6036 
Smith, WiUiam E,, 4122 St. John's Terrace, Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 791-3082. 853-3491 
Snelling, Kenny, 323 Brawner Street, Frankfort. 227-6081, 

254-6666 
Sohan, John P., 4600 Lynnbrook Drive, Louisville, 451-3860 
Somerville, Robert J., 6852 Green Meadow Circle, Louis- 
ville. 895-8003, 583-3859 
Soper, Clyde B., Box 111, Millersburg. 484-3487, Lexington, 

293-3969 
South, Stanlev P., Rt. 3. Winchester, 842-6721, 744-4812 
Spath, William J., 2922 White Plains Road, Louisville, 452- 

9637, 584-5209 
Spaulding, John R., giS'a Center Street, Catlettsburg, 739- 

5095, 325-8511. E.xt. 326 
Spears. Robert K., 1608 Frank Road, Columbus, Olvio, 279- 

0207 
Stalev, Jerry, 1117 Inca Trail, Georgetown, 863-2775. 254- 

7862 
Stanlev. James H.. 105 Cherrv Street, PineviUe, 337-3900, 

337-2510 
Staples, Jerrv D., R. R. 1, Box 203, Henderson, 827-3633, 

826-9040 
Staten. Joseph B.. 4303 Wyola Court, Louisville, 458-7454 
Staten, Mike, 4303 Wvola Court, Louisville, 458-7454 
Stephens, Herbert D.. 133 First Street, W. Ceredo, W. Va. 
Stephenson. Harry S., 1612 Hawthorn Lane, Lexington, 299- 

1757, 233-8310 
Steward. Garv "Jock", 202 E. Morton Street, Morganfield, 

389-3541, 333-2051 
Stewarl. Rov, 1872 Dunkirk Drive, Lexington, 255-0448, 

255-6812 
Stiene. Ricliard L.. 3433 Cintonva Drive, Erlanger, 331-7491 
Stihvell, Alfred D., P.O. Box 17, Hardinsburg, 756-5126, 

781-3970 
Stoup. Robert D.. 776 Washington Avenue. Flatwoods. 836- 

8423. 325-8511. Ext. 309 
Strain. Richard. P.O. Box 472. Iladcliff, 351-4306. 624-2214 
Strange. Fred D.. Jr.. 6701 Marian Drive, Louisville. 447- 

3760 
Straus. William Winters. 212 Culpepper, Lexington, 266- 

6347 
Streible. Ronnie D., 306 Chervl Avenue, Vine Grove, 877- 

5891 935-1345 
Strong, Arnett, 116 Kentuckv Blvd., Hazard, 436-3938. 486- 

2141 
Stuedle. Rav. 1404 Girard Drive. Louisville, 425-3679, 893- 

3852 
Stumbo, Jack. 1146 Riverview Lane. Prestonsburg, 886- 

3363. 886-3080 
Stutler. Joseph H.. 1219 Audubon Road. Park Hills, 291- 

5362, 542-4700 
Sullivan, A. G.. 1921 Goodwin, Corbin, 528-1282, 528-9035 
.Sutton. James Arthur. 2111 Sutton Drive. Henderson. 827- 

2222 
Swarts. Joseph. 135 Lane Street. Coal Grove. Ohio. 532-9349 
S'vartz, Larry G., 606 Pike Street, EUzabethtown, 765-4444 
Swintord, John, 106 S. Elmarch, Cynthiana, 234-2562. 234- 

5520 
Sykes. Tommv C. Box 88. EJkhorn Citv, 754-5137. 432-1414, 

Ext. 32 
Talbot, William G.. III. R. R. 1. Paris, 987-4529, 987-2961 
Tate. Kenneth L., Jr.. 2343 Harrodsburg. Apt. 3, Le.xlngton, 

277-8425. 254-4017 
Taylor. Charles G.. 222 Demaree Drive, Bardstown, 348- 

9451. 336-9907 
Tavlor, Dennis H.. 1406 Hushes Avenue. Murrav, 753-4825. 

753-5022 
Taylor. James R., 1901 Ballard Street. Ashland. 324-4841. 

324-4841 
Thomas, Frank M.. 629'!. S. 44th Street. Louisville. 774-2624 
Thomas. James Joseph. 7407 Fevhorst Drive, Louisville, 

937-4875. 774-6467 
Thomas, Raymond E.. 1106 Main Street, Sturgis, 333-2151, 

389-3197 
Thomas, Raymond Earl, 212 Akin Avenue, Franklin. 586- 

6297 
Thompson. .Jack. 2347 Saratoga Drive, Louisville, 452-9255, 

454-4585 
Thompson. Thomas D.. 97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 341- 

1809. 581-1322, Ext. 211 
Thompson. Victor Neil. 124 Garrard Street. Covington. 261- 

7913. 381-2286 
Thornton. Walter E., 2315 Allston Avenue. Louisville. 778- 

3412, 636-1551, Ext. 322 
Timmering. George E.. 4109 Manner Gate Drive. Louisville. 

459-2705. 776-5724 
Trapp, Charles W.. 34 Trapp Court. Alexandria. 635-9250. 

564-3750 
Treas. Joe W.. 609 Green Street. Fulton. 472-1604, 472-1836 
TreibU. Charles E.. 2015 Terril Lane ^44, Louisville. 451- 

8448. 451-9301 
Trimer. Norman E.. 1927 Taffeta Drive. Vallev Station. 937- 

4452, 896-9330 
Tromblev. Norman Joseph, 3685 King Arthur 'Circle, Lex- 
ington, 272-1100, 254-7736 
Troutman, Dovle. Box 304 Harlan, 573-1349, 837-2502 

(Evarts) 
Turley, Howard A.. 2655 Algonguin PkwT., Louisville, 776- 
7206, 589-3060, Ext. 463 



Turner. Charles W., 5516 Jeanine, Louisville, 969-3019 
Tye, Josh, 225 College Street, Barbour\'ille, 546-3745 
Urlage, Richard, 822 Highland Avenue. Ft. Thomas. 441- 

5513. 471-8120 
Usery. L. L,, Greenfield, Tennessee, 235-3141 
Van Hook, James M., 141 Wabash Drive, Lexington, 255- 

0881. Ext. 3545 (Bus.) 
VanZant, Jim, Box 602, Williamson, W. Va,, 235-1443, 235- 

4244 
Varner. Ray G., 737 Kingston Road, Lexington, 299-4145, 

293-3823 
Vaughn. William E.. 3016 Winding Trails. Edgewood. 331- 

0K23, 371-8850 
\'ertrees. Walter M., 3412 Jewell Avenue. Louisville, 776- 

3994 
Vinciguerra, Phillip Matewan, W. Va. 
Wagner. Jim. 3013' Dale Ann Drive, Louisville 458-9060, 

637-2563 
Waide, Harry D., 973 Sk.yline Drive, Madisonville, 821-1139, 

821-3870 
Walker, Juhan R., 670 Hill'n Dale Road, Lexington, 277- 

7269, 451-5463 
Walker, Paul R., Reservoir Hill Park, Bowling Green, 

843-8893, 843-3249 
Waller, Bobbie E., 309 Strathmore, Lexington, 299-6123, 299- 

6123 
Wanchic. Nicholas, 1511 Forbes Road, Le.xington, 255-1233, 

255-6812 
Ward, James Michael, 22 S. Queens Court, Huntington, W. 

Va. 
Ward. Tommy, Marsee Drive, Harlan, 573-4653, 573-3711 
Warren. Bige. Walker, 542-2224. 546-5362 
Warren. Buist Buzz, 4043 Park Road, Ft. Knox, 624-2098, 

624-1231 
Warren. Kenneth A.. 45 Meadowview, Louisville, 454-5001, 

634-1551. Ext. 275 
Washaleski. Tom. 3914 Delia Fay. Louisville 
Washer, James P.. 4119 Sunflower. Louisville, 447-6817, 636- 

3522 
Washer. Robert S.. Jr.. 3205 Huberta Drive, Louisville, 

447-3078. 582-8750 
Waters. Charles E.. 1992 Greenleaf Drive, Lexington, 299- 

2886. 299-2886 
Watson. George F.. 312 Holly Hill, Lexington, 278-8838, 

299-7711 
Watts. Shirley R., 228 St. Ann, Lexington, 266-1749, 254-4017 
Weaver. Clvde Ivan. Box 254, WiUiamson. W. Va. 
Weaver. Rav. 3117 Bernard Drive. Edgewood, 341-2610, 

341-8066 
Webb. Dudley. 204 Bank of Commerce. Lexington, 253-0454, 

254-7318 
Weber, Thomas C, 1967 Goldsmith Lane =16, Louisville, 

459-2733 451-8515 
Wedge, Dennv, P. O. Box 691, Bowling Green. 842-6732, 781- 

1067 
Weidner, Paul R,, 3263 Bellacre. Cincinnati. Ohio. 922-8100, 

542-3300 
Welch. Robert J., 960 Grand =308, Cincinnati, Ohio, 471- 

2169, 761-2547 
Wells. Norman L., 2663 McKinley, Cincinnati, Ohio, 481- 

4438 
Werner. John M , 2001 Collier Road. Henderson. 826-2593. 

826-9568 
Whisman. William L.. 943 Norway Avenue. Huntington. W. 

Va. 
White, Isaiah iDipi, 1510 Nantucket, Louisville 
White, Joe, 2616 Olive Street, Louisville, 772-7085, 584-2403 
Wickham. James R.. Jr.. 311 Cathedral Manor. Bardstown. 

348-5282. 833-4611 
Wilbert, Donald A-. 4420 Santa Paula, Louis\-ille, 969-8733, 

448-2761 
Wilcox. Ursal R.. Auxier, 886-3329, 886-2703 
Wilson. A, C, Jr.. Kentucky Gardens Tr. Park =50, Bowl- 
ing Green, 843-6070, 842-5667 
Wilson. Louis O.. 728 Wellington Way, Lexington, 277-6374, 

236-8784 (Danville^ 
Wilson. Nellus R., 223 Iroqviois Drive, Paducah, 554-1910, 

443-6515 
Wise, Jack, 627 South Broadway, Georgetown, 863-3948, 

863-0772 
Witsken, Roger. 4321 St. Dominic Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

471-6312, 762-6723 
Wittenburg. Howard, 2401 Edgewood Drive, Portsmouth, 

Ohio, 353-4918, 353-2185 
Wood. Furman Blake, Rt. 2. Box 163, Elkview, W. Va.. 

965-5471 
Wood, Walter A,, 562 Stonehaven Drive, Lexington, 299- 

1864 
Wray. Robert F.. .29 Belle Monte, Ft. Mitchell, 341-1778 
Wright. C Dale. Dieddah Drive, LawTenceburg 
Wright. Howard L., 309 Forest Avenue, Erlanger, 341-4396, 

371-6430, Ext. 315 
Wriijht. Jim, 121 Showalter Drive, Georgetown, 863-3628, 

233-2000 Ext. 7078 
Wrii^ht. John David, Y.M.C.A., Paris, 987-1395, (Bus.) 
Wuertz. John. 2834 Hoock Avenue. Louisville. 454-0631. 

267-8311, Ext. 310 
Wulfeck. James A.. Jr.. 3125 Lawrence Drive. Ft. Mitchell. 

342-8225. 761-3220 
Yarbrough. Roy D,. Jr.. 1220 Fontaine Road. Lexington. 

266-1228 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1971 



Yates. William H.. 2038 Pagan Place. Louisville. 451-6618. 

Yosf C \v.. 351 Oaklawn. Biandenburg, 422-2661 
Youiis Jack. 121 Smith Ballard. Richmond. 623-4d89, 

6**3-''334 
Zaranka. Benny J.. 165 St. William Drive, Lexington. 266- 

6435. 255-6666 , , _., Mrrrt; 

Ziminer. Thomas. 114 Summit Drive, Ft. MitcheU, 341-4566, 

Zoeg, .foe F., Box 1218. Owensboro. 683-0152. 683-6425 



Early Season Foolball Questions 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
1971 National AUiance Football rules do not set 
aside nor modify any rule. They are made and 
published bv the National Federation of State 
High School" Associations in response to situations 

presen e Clifford B. Hagan, Rules Editor 

1971 FOOTBALL 
PUBLICATIONS CORRECTIONS 

MEETING FOLDER; 

9-1-3- The third sentence indicating there is no 
foul unless there is contact is incorrect and should 
be crossed out. 

CASE BOOK: 

Page 4- Plav 3: The third sentence ot the play 
should read: "The ball: (a~» falls to the ground; or 
(b) is controlled by airborne A3 who lands out- 
of-bounds: or (c) is caught by eligible A4 in B's 
end zone; or (d) is intercepted by B2 in the end 
zone and downed there." 

Page 4: Play 4; Change the first sentence of the 
ruling to read. "Fumble by Al and recovery by 
B3 in (a) and an interception by B3 in (b)." 

Page 28: Play 118B: The first sentence of rul- 
ing should read . . . "by mutual agreement of the 
opposing captains and the referee." 

Page 41: Play 137A: Ruhng should read: "The 
ball is out-of-bounds and will be put in play by 
R at the inbounds spot," 

Page 101: Play 307G: The second sentence of 
the ruling is in error. The foul by B3 occurs dur- 
ing a try-for-point. that is, before the subsequent 
try has ended and. therefore, even though it is 
a dead ball foul it must be administered during the 
second period. The try will be made from B's IVs 
yardline. Aftei the try is ended, A will kick-off 
"from its 25 yardline. 

RULES — SIMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED: 

Page 6: The caption under the top picture 
should read. "This is a catch and the pass is com- 
pleted because 85 gets c3ntrol and comes down 
inbounds with the ball in his possession." 

Page 33: The caption under the top illustration 
should be corrected to show "it will be 1st down 
for K from its 30 . . ." 

1. Play: Team A appears on the field ready 
for play with: (a) 6-inch numerals of contrasting 
color on the front of the jersey and 8-inch num- 
erals on the back of the .iersey; or (b) script num- 
erals with a 1-inch wide stroke of contrasting 
color; or (c) white Arabic block numerals shaded 
with green on gold jerseys; or (d) blue IVz-inch 
stroke Arabic block numerals with a gold border 
of ',2 inch on a blue jersey. 

Ruling: In (a), (b), fc). and (d), the numerals 
constitute illegal equipment. Before participating 
the players must be equipped as prescribed by 
the rules. Numerals are recjuired equipment and 



must be of a single color in contrast to the jersey 
color with the strokes about 1 "2 inches wide. 
They must be Arabic block 8 and 10 inches high, 
front and back respectively. 

CoiTiment: The ruling concerning two color 
numbers applies to jerseys purchased in 1971. In 
the interest of economy, schools which have jer- 
seys that are not in complete conformance but 
were purchased prior to January 1971 and are 
still serviceable, may continue to use these jer- 
seys. Traditionally, the National Federation has 
not requested that schools discard equipment 
which is safe and serviceable. It is expected that 
all football jerseys purchased after January 1971 
will comply with all aspects of the rule. 

2. Play: The pass from Al is near the side line 
and A2 leaps to gain control. He is clearly over 
the inbounas area when he gains control but is 
driven out. while airborne, by B2. First contact 
of A2 with the ground is out-of-bounds. 

Ruling: The official must decide whether the 
contact by Bl was cf sufficient force to change 
the point of landing by A2. If, in his opinion, A2 
would have come down inbounds had it not been 
for the block of Bl, the pass will be ruled com- 
plete. On the other hand, if A2 were moving to- 
ward the side line to make the catch and his mo- 
mentum may have carried him out-of-bounds 
without the contact Isy Bl. the pass will be ruled 
incomplete. 

Comment: When an aii'borne player near the 
side line is contacted bj' an opponent who is either 
airborne or on the ground with such force that 
the point of his landing is unquestionably changed 
from an inbounds to an out-of-bounds spot, the 
officials will use their judgment in determining 
whether or not a catch is to be awarded. In the 
case of an offensive player gaining possession of 
the pass while airborne and the force unques- 
tionably comes from the defensive player so that 
the pass receiver is driven out-of-bounds the pass 
will be ruled complete. 

3. Play: During a legal forward pass Al who 
is in B's end zone: (a) inadvertently contacts the 
goal post and catches the ball in the end zone; or 
(b) is contacting the goal post when he catches 
the ball while both feet are inbounds; or (c) leaps 
to control the pass then contacts the goal post and 
lands in the end zone. 

Ruling: In (a), the pass is complete and it is 
a touchdown. In (b) and (c) the touching of the 
goal post causes Al to be out-of-bounds and the 
pass is incomplete. 

4. Play: During a free-kick, Al kicks the ball 
so that it goes diagonally across Ihe field where 
it is caught by A2 before it has crossed R's free- 
kick line. 

Ruling: Fair catch interference. R may ac- 
cept the penalty for the interference which is 
15 yards ;;dm)nisterod from the previous spot 
or may accept an awarded fair catch at the spot 
of interference. Since the touching by A2 was il- 
legal the clock will not have been started during 
tlie kick, however, the clock will be started with 
ready-for-play signal when the ball is to be kicked 
or put in play following the award of the fair 
catch. 



TO: PRINCIPALS OF MEMBER SCHOOLS OF K.H.S.A.A. 
SUBJECT: CATASTROPHE INSURANCE POLICY 



The following information about the catastrophe insurance coverage pur- 
chased by K.H.S.A.A. to cover athletes of member schools is published for 
your consideration. The coverage commenced Juh' 1, 1971, for the school 
year 1971-72, and will be identical with the coverage for last year. 

PERSONS COVERED: Student athletes on teams of member schools of 
K.H.S.A.A. will be covered wliile practicing for or competing in K.H.S.A.A. 
approved inter-school athletic events or while traveling in a group directly 
to or from practice session or scheduled athletic event for the purpose of 
participating in such session or event. 

ACCIDENT MEDICAL EXPENSE BENEFIT: Expenses incurred for 
treatment of a covered injury including necessary services of a licensed 
physician, hospital expenses subject to limit for daily room and board and 
general nursing care of normal charge for semi-private room, private duty 
nursing care by R.N. on order of physician and physio-therapy performed 
while hospital confined shall be covered within fifty-two (52) weeks follow- 
ing the accident causing injury pro\'ided treatment for such injury com- 
mences within thirty (30) days of the date of covered accident. 

The first $1000.00 of covered expenses, or the amount of such expenses as 
are covered under all other collectible insurance of the policyholder and 
insured, whichever figure is greatest, will be deducted from any claim paid 
hereunder. Subject to this provision, the Company will pay up to a maxi- 
mum of $10,000.00 except that when payment under the plan exceeds 
$5000.00, further payment shall be 75', of the eligible charges. 

EXCLUSIONS: No payment shall be made for hernia, appendicitis, cardiac 
disease, diabetes, detached retina, osteomyelitis, malignancy or Osgood- 
Schlatters disease, or aggravation of a pre-existing condition, or for injuries 
connected with fighting or brawling. 

ADMINISTRATION: The plan is administered by The Kingden Company. 
If further information is de.sired. the Company mav be contacted. 



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Life Department 

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FOR ATHLETES 

In August, 1918. our founder, Bill Hunt, was asked to help secure some 
uniforms for a football team so they could tell the spectators from the 
players. >^ 

For 53-years we at Hunt's have tried to serve the athletes by finding for J 

them the best available equipment to serve their needs. y. 

Today we feature and can supply immediate delivery on merchandise for ^ 

any athletic or physical education need from our warehouse. ^ 

We have complete stock of the following items. % 

Football Shoes sizes 1 to 14 

Basketball Shoes sizes 1 to 17 

Football Pants sizes 22 to 52 

Football Jerseys sizes 4 to 50 

Football Shoulder Pads sizes Little League to 50 

Basketball Jerseys sizes 10 to 50 

Basketball Pants sizes Little League to College 

Athletic Socks sizes 6 to 16 

Football Helmets sizes Boys Extra Small to 8 



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K.H.S.A.A. Football Comes Of Age 




The number of K.H.S.A.A. schools sponsoring football teams increases each 
year although fewer schools join the Association due to consolidation. In 1964 only 
IGl of 395 member schools fielded football teams. Comparable figures for succeed- 
ing football seasons to date are as follows: 1965, 173-382; 1966. 173-374: 1967, 174- 
375; 1968, 180-362; 1969, 185-358; 1970, 188-348, 1971, 195-346. 



Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

OCTOBER 1971 



K.H.S.A.A. Football Schools 



School 

Adair County 

Alien County 

Anderson County 

Apollo 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Bardstown 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfry 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Berea Community 

Bishop David 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Boyle County 

Breckinridge Co. 

Brvan Station 

Bullitt Central 

Burgin 

Butler 

Butler County 

Caldwell County 

Hanipbell County 

Campbellsville 

Carroll County 

Catlettsburg 

Caverna 

Central 

Christian County 

Conner 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Crittenden County 

Cumberland 

Cumberland Co. 

DanvUle 

Daviess County 

Da\-ton 

DeSales 

Di.vie Heights 

Doss 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

Edmonson County 

East Hardin 

Eastern 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Estill County 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Fairview 

Fern Creek 

Flaget 

Fleming County 

Fleming-Neon 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Franklin-Simpson 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Gamaliel 

Garrard County 

George R. Clark 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Greensburg 

Harlan 

Harrison County 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Heath 

Henderson 

Henderson County 

Henry Clay 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Holmes 

HopkinsviUe 

Iroquois 

James A. Cawood 

Jeffersontown 

Jenkins 

Jessamine County 

Johns Creek 

Johnson Central 

Ky. Academy 

Ky. Sch. for Deaf 



Address 

Columbia 

Scottsville 

Lawrenceburg 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Bardstown 

3wingsville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Belfry 

Pineville 

Bellevue 

Berea 

Louisville 

Florence 

Paris 

Bowling Green 

R. 2, Ashland 

Danville 

Harned 

Lexington 

Shepherdsville 

Burgin 

Louisville 

Morgantown 

Princeton 

Alexandria 

Campbellsville 

CarroUton 

Catlettsburg 

Horse Cave 

Louisville 

HopkinsviUe 

Hebron 

Corbin 

Covington 

Marion 

Cumberland 

Burkesville 

Danville 

Owensboro 

Dayton 

Louisville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Brownsville 

Glendale 

Middletown 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Irvine 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Flemingsburg 

Fleming 

F^. Campbell 

Ft. Knox 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Gamaliel 

Lancaster 

Winchester 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Greensburg 

Harlan 

Cynthiana 

Harrodsburg 

Muntordville 

Hazard 

W. Paducah 

Henderson 

Henderson 

Lexington 

New Castle 

Ft. Thomas 

Covington 

HopkinsviUe 

Louisville 

Harlan 

Jeffersontovvm 

Jenkins 

Nicholasville 

R. 1. Pikevllle 

Paintsville 

Lyndon 

Danville 



Coach 

Kent McCubhin 
Bob Driver 
David Ishniael 
Bob Butler 
Jack Kleier 
Fred Reherman 
Garnis Martin 
Tom Fee 
Roger Walz 
Al Vipperman 
Timotiiy Sowders 
Heulvn Bishop 
Mike Elkin 
Denny Nash 
Jack Turner 
Eugene Correll 
Jody Ellis 
Tom Scott 
John Buchanan 
Stan Napper 
Terry Clark 
Joe Holcomb 
Charles Kolasa 
Elmer Collina 
Roy Petett 
Fred Clayton 
Bob Miller 
Sam Clark 
Jan Anderson 
Allen Osborne 
Coy Meadows 
William Griffith 
Charles McGuire 
Gerald Risch 
Archie Powers 
Rudy Tassini 
Dicky McDonald 
Ken Green 
Mike Smith 
Pat Dale 

Wa>nnond Morris 
Keen Johnson 
Rex Robinson 
David Browning 
Jack Pace 
Jim Vessel 
Billy Wyatt 
Vanous Lloyd 
Walter Hawkins 
J. Richard Young 
Vince Hancock 
Delano Thomas 
Woody J. Barwick 
Lowell Flanery 
Charles Hunter 
Garland Miller 
Paul Reliford 
Mario Cheppo 
Pete Compise 
Ben Pumphrey 
Roland White 
Marshall Patterson 
Vernon Wilson 
Raymond Webb 
H. R. Adkins 
Ken Caplenor 
Gene Sides 
James Whitby 
Lynn Taylor 
Donald Woolridge 
Llovd Hodge 
Joel Stockstill 
Bill Jones 
Nelson Moore 
Tommy Cawood 
Bill McKee 
Bin Baldridge 
Charles Win-tzler 
Jack Carey 
Jack Haskins 
William K. Dawson 
Ron Finlev 
Robert Bell 
Paul Kroth 
Mike Murphy 
Bob White 
F. D. Thornton 
David Fryrear 
WendeU Wheeler 
James Hughes 
Thomas Brush 
Ray Hager 
John A. O'Brien 
Bruce Howard 
Bennie Russell 
Bob Sparks 



Knox Central Barbourville 

Lafayette I^xington 

I/aRur County Hodgenvillr 

Ijaurel County London 

Leslie County Hydea 

Lewis County Vanceburg 

Lloyd Erlanger 

Lone Oak Paducah 

Louisa Louisa 
L'ville Country DayLouisville 

Ludlow Ludlow 

Lynch Lynch 

Lynn Camp Corbin 

McKell South Shore 

Madison Richmond 

Madison Central Richmond 
M'ville-N. Hopkins Madisonvllle 

Male Louisville 

Marion C. Moore Louisville 

Marion County Lebanon 

Mayfield Mayfield 

MaysviUe Maysville 

M. C. Napier Hazard 

Meade Count.y Brandenburg 

Mercer County Harrodsburg 

Metcalfe County Edmonton 

Middlesboro Middlesboro 
Millersburg M. Inst.MiUersburg 

Montgomery Co. Mt. Sterling 
Morgan County 
Mt. Sterling 



West Liberty 
Mt. Sterling 
Mt. Vernon 
R. 1. Pikeville 
Murray 
Bardstown 
Newport 



Mt. Vernon 

Mullins 

Murray 

Nelson County 

Newport 

Newport Catholic Newport 

Nicholas County Carlisle 

North Hardin Radcliff 

North Marshall Calvert City 

Ohio County Hartford 

Oldham Count.y LaGrange 

Owen County Owenton 

Ou-ensboro Owensboro 

Owensboro CatholicOwensboro 

Paducah Tilghman Paducah 



Paintsville 

Paris 

Park City 

Paul G. Blazer 

Phelps 

Pikeville 

Pineville 



Paintsville 

Paris 

Park City 

Ashland 

Phelps 

PikeviUe 

Pineville 



Pleasure Ridge Pk. Pleasure Ridge Pk 



Prestonsburg 

Raceland 

Reidland 

Rowan County 

Russell 

Russell County 

Russellville 

St. Xavier 

Sayre 

Scott County 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shelby County 

Shelbyville 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 

Southern 

Stanford 

Stuart 

Tates Creek 

Taylor County 

Temple Hill 

Thomas Jefferson Louisville 

Todd Co. Central Elkton 

TompkinsviUe 

Trigg County 

Trimble Coimty 

Trinity 

Union County 

VaUey 

Virgie 

Waggener 

Warren Central 

Warren East 

Washington Co. 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

Western 

Westport 

WheelwTight 

Whitesburg 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Woodford County 

Wurtland 



Prestonsburg 

Raceland 

R. 8. Paducah 

Morehead 

Russell 

Russell Springs 

Russellville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

LouisviUe 

Shelbvville 

Shelbyville 

Independence 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Stanford 

Valley Station 

Lexington 

Campbellsville 

R. 4, Glasgow 



TompkinsviUe 

Cadiz 

Bedford 

LouisviUe 

Morganfleld 

Valley Station 

Virgie 

Louisville 

BowUng Green 

Bowling Green 

Springfield 

Monticello 

Dixon 

Louisville 

LouisviUe 

Wheelwright 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

WilUamsburg 

VersaiUes 

Wurtland 



Charles D. Black 
Jim Poynter 
frcorge Trumbo 
Dan Beasley 
Floyd Hines 
William Robinson 
Frank Bruns 
Tony McGroaty 
Luke Varney. Jr. 
Frank Lambert 
Tom Daley 
Ed Miracle 
Robert Igo 
C. A. Noble 
Monty Joe LoveM 
Tom Sims 
Dennis Sexton 
Paul McPherson 
John W. McGuire 
Tommy Simpson 
Jack Morris 
Tom Becherer 
Charles Hall 
Wilson Sears 
Doug Pendycraft 
Harold Chambers 
Tommy Stapleton 
E. Gene Sherman 
Joe McMackin 
Ed Zaremba 
Charles Ishmael 
Lawrence Travis 
Arnold Meek 
Preston Holland 
Thomas Swartz 
Ray King 
Bob Schneider 
Paul Hampton 
Willard Rice 
Bill Grizzard 
Richard Berry, Jr. 
OUie Howard 
Roy Cochran 
Gerald Po.vnter 
Fred Gibson 

Dan Haley 
Walter Brugh 
Homer Goins 
Glenn Flanders 
Herb Conley 
Eddie Bevins 
Ed VanHoose 
William E. Adams 
Bob Holman 
S. E. Radjimas, III 
Mike Holtzapfel 
Bernie Behrendt 
Paul Ousley 
Lafayette Walter 
Eddie Boyd 
Jim Gladden 
Leon Dunagan 
Gerald Walton 
William Wilson 
Robert Gebhart 
Norb Humble 
Dan Goble 
Richard Greenweil 
Jerry Abney 
Ron Cain 

Henderson Wilson 
William Leedy 
Kenneth Voorhis 
Roy Walton 
Richard Martin 
Bob Steenbergen 
James A. Gray 
Harold Roberts 
Frank Petett 
Joe Jaggers 
Jim Long 
James Kennedy 
Tom Glover 
Irvin Spencer 
James Clay 

David A. Peak 
Jim Morton 
John Miller 
Perky Bryant 
Billy J. JeweU 
Frank Parker 
Ralph Buckley 
Earl Browning 
Don Daniels 
James Gose 
Ronnie Meadors 
Tom Bowden 
George Withers 
Mike Hildebrandt 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

official Organ of the 
Kentucky High Scho ol Athletic Association 



VOL XXXIV— No. 3 



OCTOBER 1971 



$1.00 Per Year 



The Federal Court Decree 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, EAST- 
ERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON 

NO. 2274, E. DEEDOM ALSTON. ET AL, 
PLAINTIFFS V. KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, ET AL, DEFEND- 
ANTS 

DECREE 

1. As provided by KRS 156.070, the State 
Board of Education, under its general powers and 
duties, has the management and control of the 
common schools. It is the judgment of the court 
that this responsibility and control cannot be 
avoided or relegated to the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association and that the Board is ac- 
countable to see that the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, acting in a ministerial ca- 
pacity, shall observe the requirements of the law 
in fostering and encouraging the participation in 
athletics of all who desire to so participate irre- 
spective of race or color. Such participants shall 
be gi\en a full and equal opportunity to have 
positions and places of responsibility in the high 
school athletic program in all its phases. 

2. The Kentuckv High School Athletic As- 
sociation shall continue under its rules and by- 
laws in the structure of its present organization 
subject to the directives of this decree. 

3. The constitution and by-laws of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association shall be 
changed and modified as foUows: 

(a) The members of the Board of Control 
shall be elected for a period of four years as now 
provided. There shall be 10 members of the Board 
of Control, at least two of which shall be blacks. 

(b) The Commission shall be composed of 
a Commissioner and three Assistant Commission- 
ers, at least one of which shall be a black. 

(c) The Delegate Assembly shall not be lim- 
ited in Its membership to Principals of accredited 
secondary schools of good standing in the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletics Association, but shall 
be composed of either Principals or other faculty 
members. While it is not practical to require a 
percentage of blacks to be named as Delegates, 
the districts shall bear in mind that a reasonable 
proportion of the Delegate Assembly should be 
blacks. 

(d) The officials for each athletic contest in 
all sports shall be selected by the Commission. 
The names of the officials so selected shall be 
given to the schools involved at a reasonable 
time before the contest. Any head coach who 
objects to the selection of a certain official or 
officials to serve in games in which his team will 
participate shall have a right to file a written pro- 
test v/ith the Commission if filed a reasonable 
time before the contest. What is a reasonable 
time to be determined by the Commission. The 
Commission shall have a right to make such 
changes as it deems appropriate and to the best 
interest of the sport. It is recognized that to make 
out such a schedule is a very involved and tedious 
task and the Commission shall have authority to 



employ such assistance as it feels proper subject, 
of course, to its supervision. 

4. The Association shall establish a Ust of 
qualified officials to officiate in all high school 
sports and shall require that only such officials 
may officiate in interscholastic athletic competi- 
tion. It may classify officials as registered, ap- 
proved and certified and in so doing may adopt 
the standards now employed by the Association. 

5. The Kentucky High School Athletic As- 
sociation shall immediately take affirmative action 
to recruit black persons to serve as officials in 
the sports of basketball, football and baseball 
and shall within 60 days from the date of this 
decree report to the court concerning such ac- 
tion as it results. It shall make available to all 
persons so recruited academic and practical train- 
ing, including participation as officials in practice, 
junior varsity and similar games. The objective 
shall be to cause such persons to become fully 
qualified to participate as officials in varsity 
games as soon as practicable. 

The court is fully aware that at this date the 
high school football season is well advanced and 
it is not practicable to undertake to invoke the 
changes directed by this decree to apply to the 
high school football games. The football season 
may proceed to its ultimate conclusion under the 
plan now in effect as provided by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Constitution, By- 
Laws and Tournament Rules 1970-71. In all other 
respects this decree is effective as of the date it 
is signed by the court. (September 17. 1971) 

Mac Swinford, Judge 



Minules of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Lexington, on Saturday morning, Sep- 
tember 25, 1971. The meeting was called to order 
by President Morton Combs at 9:00 with all Board 
members: Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford, and 
Assistant Commissioners J. B. Mansfield and Billy 
V. Wise present. The invocation was given by 
James T. Dotson. 

W. P. Wheeler moved, seconded by William 
C. Doan, that the reading of the minutes of the 
July 30th meeting be waived, since members of 
the Board had received copies of these minutes. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman Tom Mills of the Building Com- 
mittee reported that work was progressing very 
well on the new K.H.S.A.A. building although it 
is possible that the building will not be ready for 
occupancy until some time in December diie to 
the fact that the wall paneling and certain other 
construction materials had been held up on de- 
livery. 

President Combs announced the appointment 
of the following committees for 1971-72: 

(Conttnued on page three) 



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Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, Lexington, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor . - THEO. A. SANTORD 

Assistant Editor . J. B. MANSFIELD 

Aiuslant Editor - BILLY V. WISE 

As»istant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington, Ky. 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Morton Combs a968-19"2). Carr Creek 

\.'ice-President James T. Dotson (1968-1972), Pikeville 

Directors— J, C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; 
William C. Doan (1971-1975). Cynthiana; Lee T. Mills 
(1969-1973). Frankfort; Richard Vincent (1969-1973), 
Stuigis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro; Roy L. 
Winchester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 

Subscription Hate JlOO per year 



a^^tom. tke L L'mtHtiiionet s i^'^jtc 



Basketball Clinic Directors 

A basketball rules clinic director has been 
nameii for each of the sixteen regions. In addition 
he will assist in recruiting new officials and in 
the assignment of officials. The names of the 
clinic directors, with the residence and business 
phone numbers (residence numbers are given 
first), are as follows: 

Rex Alexander 1320 Wells Blvd., Murray, 753- 

3579, 762-6385 
Norman Hammons, Route 4, HopkinsvUle, 886- 

7066, 886-3311 
Jerry Kimmel, Beechmont, 476-2656, 476-2656 
. Bob Gour, 218 S. Lee St., Bowhng Green, 843- 

9582, 842-9431 
Howard Gardner, 829 McCollum, Elizabethtown, 

765-6273 
Claude Ricketts, 1506 Larchmont, Louisville, 635- 

6536, 634-1551 
Jerry Rexroat, 7424 Jamaica Drive, Louisville, 

935-2116, 447-3221 
Jack Wise, 627 South Broadway, Georgetown, 

863-3948, 863-0772 
Bob Miller, 197 HoUday Lane, Ft. Thomas, 441- 

5885, 635-2191 
Howard Rogers, 17 Maryland Avenue, Winches- 
ter, 744-1785, 293-3040 
Bobby Flynn, 428 McKenna Court, Lexington, 

299-5902 255-2481 
Bob Foster, Science HiU, 423-3313, 678-8161 
Curt Selvy, 103 Steele, Corbin, 528-3737, 528- 

4677 
Goebel Ritter, 415 Cornelia Avenue, Whitesburg, 

633-7164, 633-4455 
Harry Burke, 328 Arnold Avenue, Prestonsburg, 

886-2796. 886-2385 
Ernie Chattin, Ashland Community College, 

Ashland, 324-2665, 324-6191 



Cross Country Assignments 

Cross Country regulations adopted by the 
Board of Control pro\dde that the state shall be 
divided into classes and regions by the Commis- 
sioner who will assign the schools to the regional 
sites. Schools with teams that are not listed 
should notify the Commissioner in order that 
regional assignments may be made. Each school 
listed will receive from the regional manager an 
information sheet and entry blank prior to the 
meet. The 1971 assignments are as follows: 



Class AA 

I'adiicah Region- -Cliristiaii County, Critten- 
den County, Farmington, HopkinsviUe, North 
Marshall, Paducali Tilghman, St. Mary, Trigg 
County. 

Owensboio Region — Apollo, Daviess County, 
Earlington, Hancock County, Henderson County, 
Livermore, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Owens- 
boro, Providence, Trinity, South Hopkins, Union 
County. 

Clarkson Region — Bowling Green, Breckin- 
ridge County, Caneyville, Caverna, Clarkson, East 
Hardin, Edmonson County, EUzabethtown, Leitch- 
field, Meade County, North Hardin, West Hardin. 

Bardstown Region — Adair County, BuUitt 
Central, Greensburg, LaRue County, Louisville 
Country Day, Marion County, Nelson County, 
Oldham County, Portland Christian, Shelby Coun- 
ty, Tajdor County, Taylorsville. 

Covington Region — Bishop Brossart, Boone 
County, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, High- 
lands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Newport Catholic, 
Simon Kenton. 

Maysville Region — Bath County, Bourbon 
County, Fleming County, Grant County, Gallatin 
Coimty, Harrison County, Mason County, Pendle- 
ton County. Scott County, ToUesboro, Wilhams- 
town. 

Lexington Region — Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Henry Claj', Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Madi- 
son Central, Model, Tales Creek, Woodford Coun- 
ty. 

Somerset Region — Boyle County, Danville, 
Eubank, Lee County, Pulaski County, Russell 
County, Somerset. Wayne County. 

Paintsville Region — Boyd County, East Carter, 
Johns Creek, Johnson Central, Menifee County, 
Paul G. Blazer, Riverside Christian, Russell, West 
Carter. 

Class AAA 

Flaget Region — Ahrens, Butler, Central, du- 
Pont Manual, Flaget, Male, Shawnee. 

Iroquois Region — Bishop David, Doss, Fair- 
dale. Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, 
Western. 

Thomas Jefferson Region — Atherton, DeSales, 
Durrett, Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Westport Region — Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, 
Westport. 

Certified Football Officials 



Albright, James 
Allison, Roy 
Alston, E. Deedom 
Anders, Raleigh 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Blanton, Homer 
Bordy, Philip 
Boyles, Jerry 
Bramble, James 
Branch, Charles J. 
Brock, Alben W. 
Brotzge. Maurice 
Brown, Bill 
Brown, Herman 
Brown, John W. "Scoop' 
Bullock, Ted 
Burke, Harry R. 
Burton, John 
Canady, Ray Blair 
Clemmons, Sam 
Collins, Ronald K. 



Cook, Richard N. 
Cowan, Robert L. 
Craft, Albert B. 
Cullen, Charles "Bud" 
Gulp, Willard E. 
Current, Ray 
Dallmann, James W. 
Daopoulos, Jim 
Davis, W. Curtis 
Denton, Charles 
Denton, William J. 
Dixie, C. P. 
Downs, Joseph W. 
Durbin, Roy 
'Durkin, Jack H. 
Easley, Dan 
Elliott, Carroll L. 
Elovitz, Carl 
Farina, Lawrence 
Faust, Jack 
Feck, Richau-d A. 



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Fenimore, Clark E. 

Ferguson, Roy F. 

Fish, Lelaiid G. 

Flynn, Robert 

Fortney, Robert L. 

Foster, J. W. 

Fraley, Bill 

Frankel, Louis S. 

Frazer, Tom Roe 

Fryrear, Bill P. 

Fuller, Wilton 

Garrett, Richard A. 

Gentry, Dale J. 

Gettle'r, John F. 

Gorham, Hari-y C. 

Gour, Bob 

Grace, Charles K. 

Grace, H. E. 

Graham, James 

Hadden, Newell 

Hagan, Joseph E. 

Hall. Charles E. 

Hancock, Norb 

Harris, David L. 
Hedge, David Wm. 
Heinze, Frank 
Heinze, John G. 
Hill, Earl F. 
Horsman, Bill 
Howard, Robert E. 
Huber, Carl W. 
Ishmael, Stephen A. 
Jacoby, Ben W. 
Johnson, Harr>' A. 
Jones. Paul D. 
Jump, Frank 
Kaufman, Alvin R. 
Kuhl, Lawrence 
Lambert, Irvin 
Lange, William E., Jr. 
Leahy, Pat 
Lefevers, Colman J. 
Lenahan, Thomas F. 
Linkes, Clifford C. 
Lowe. Gene T. 
Lusby, George 
McGehee, Gordon 
Mattingly, Charles Pete 
May, E. B., Jr. 
Mavhew, Wm. M. 
Mercke, Frank R. 
Mercker, George E. 
Metzger, Don 
Minta, John H. 
Moody, W. R. 
Mooneyhan, James H. 
Mordica, William A. 
Morgan, Richard 
Morse, Richard K. 



Murray, Thomas 
Neal, Gene 
Noland, Doug 
Nord, Bertrand J. 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Oldham. Ben R. 
Omer, Harold G. 
Pace, Donald W. 
Pardue. Israel L. 
Parker, Bob L. 
Parsley. Clyde E. 
Paxton. Gary 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Powers, Elmer 
Phipps, James M. 
Raque, Don 
Ray, Bob 
Reddington. Jim 
Renfro. James H. 
Ring. Bill 
Rodgers, Tom H. 
Rogers. Eldridge 
Russell. GaiT E. 
Russman, Godfrey F. 

Jr. 
Sammons. Terry L. 
Sapp. Edward 
Schmitt. Paul E. 
Schuble. Charles 
Scott. W. L. "Bill" 
Shanks. Thomas E. 
Shaughnessy. Bernard 
Small. David E. 
Somerville, Robert J. 
Spath. William J. 
Staley, Jerry 
Staten, Joe 
Stephenson. Harry 
Swinford, John 
Talbot, William G., Ill 
Thompson, Thomas D. 
Varner. Ray 
Wagner. Jim 
Waide, Harry D. 
Walker, Paul R. 
Waller, Bobbie E. 
Wanchic. Nick 
Warren. Kenneth A. 
Washer, James P. 
Washer. Stanley. 
Watts, Shirley R. 
Weaver, Ray 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Wilson, Louis 
Wise, Jack 
Wray, Robert F. 
Wright. Jim 
Wulfeck, James 
Zimmer, Tom 



Approved Football Officials 



Allen. Arthur 
Anderson, John G. 
Ayers, Edward L. 
Barton, Leon 
Batterton, Keith 
Blevins. Donald W. 
Bowling. James Earl 
Bradford. Bob 
Brashear. Loy R. 
Brause. Allan R. 
Brown, Michael 
Brummett, Don 
Carlson, David A. 
Carr, Billy W. 
Chasteen, Earl 



Chiswell. Lawrence 
Clark. Robert L. 
Cline, Nick 
Cornwell, James 
Creekmore. Les 
Crider, Ray 
Delaney, William T. 
DeSensi. Wm. Chick 
Dewees. Bill 
Duff. Wm. C, Jr. 
Eldridge. Wayne R. 
Evans, David M. 
Fay. John C. 
Fields, Rickey 
Fields, Ronald M. 



Furlong, William E. 
Gastineau, Joby A. 
George, Boyce D. 
Gfell, George V. 
Gibson, Richard L. 
Graas, Oscar L. 
Greenwell, Robert A. 
Harsh, Ronald B. 
Hammons, George F. 
Herrick, Calvin P. 
Hines, Richard G. 
Hite. Phillip H. 
Hubbard, John Douglas 
Johnson. Gordon M. 
Jones. James M. 
Kennedy, James R. 
Kiser, Larry L. 
Klusman. Carl J., Jr. 
LaFountain, James 
Lillie, Wm. Westley 
Lykins, James 
McClure, Tom 
McFadden, Jimmie 
McGinty, L. V.. Jr. 
McKenzie, Claude L. 
Magruder, Earl L. 
Mang. Ben-y W., Jr. 
Mayer. Edward A. 
Moore, Franklin "Bud" 
Moore. Robert 
Morris, Jerry O. 



Nolan, Michael Bn.ice 
Osting, James E. 
Padgett, R. K. 
Pate. Lloyd W. 
Perkins, Ronnie 
Poole, William F. 
Quehl, Harry "Bud" 
Ramey, Roy 
Rawdon, Dick 
Read, Frederick 
Reece, Jerry T. 
Riggs, Dennis C. 
Rose, Robert 
Satterly, Grant 
Schmidt, Tom 
Schmitt, Nicholas G. 
Seavers, Joe 
Shewmaker, Wayne 
Sinims, Clarence 
South, Stanley P. 
Stumbo, Jack 
Streible, Ronnie D. 
Stueble, Ray 
Timmering, George 
Turner, Charles W. 
Tye. Josh 
Washaleski, Tom 
Wilbert, Donald 
Wilson, NeUus R. 
Wuertz, John 



BOARD MINUTES 

(Continued from page one) 

Personnel and Policy — Chairman Richard Vin- 
cent, William C. Doan. Roy L. Winchester (The 
President and the Commissioner are ex-officio 
members of this committee.) 

Building — Chairman Tom Mills. J. C. Cantrell, 
J. B. Mansfield (The President and the Commis- 
sioner are ex-officio members of this committee.) 

Trophy — Chairman J. B. Mansfield, Theo. A. 
Sanford, Billy V. Wise (The President is an ex- 
officio member of this committee.) 

Retirement — Chairman James T. Dotson, W. P. 
Wheeler (The President is an ex-officio member 
of this committee.) 

Swimming — Chairman Jack Thompson (Lou- 
isville). Mrs. Wilbur Bell (Cynthiana), Miss San- 
dra Blackburn (Lexington). Earl Browning (Lou- 
isville), E. W. Craik (Louisville), Don Davis (In- 
dependence), Miss Sheila Gilreath (Ashland). 
Miss Dot Kirkpatrick (Richmond), Edgar McNabb 
(Ft. Mitchell). Alfred M. Reece (Lexington) 

Wrestling — Chairman Orville WiUiams (Lou- 
isville), Jerry Abney (Alexandria), Will D. Evans 
(Louisville), Marshall Patterson (Ft. Campbell), 
Robert Weenolsen (Louisville), Bro. Joseph Wil- 
helm (Newport). Paul Young (LouisviUe) 

Gymnastics — Chairman Bernard Johnson 
(Lexington), Mrs. Susan Burckle (Lexington), 
James "Cap" Caudill (Louisville), Andy Hopkins 
(Lexington). George Jefferson (Louisville), Mrs. 
Sheila Kuhlman (Louisville), James Nance (Lex- 
ington). Bob Wason (Louisville) 

The Commissioner stated that he had sche- 
dueled the Class AAA Football Finals to be 
played in Louisville on November 19, and the 
Classes A and AA Football Finals to be played in 
Lexington on November 26. The Board saw no 
objection to these dates. 

The Commissioner reported that the first ref- 
erendum, mailed out on August 12, 1971, provid- 
ing that the Board be increased in number to 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1971 



nine members, with the additional member to be 
elected by Jefferson County principals, had failed 
of passage by a vote of 153-127. 

The Commissioner reported that the second 
referendum, mailed out on September 10, 1971, 
giving the Board authority to appoint annually 
to full membership on the Board from the state 
at large a member of the minority race, passed 
by a vote of 230-57. 

The Commissioner, with the assistance of 
Assistant Commissioner Mansfield and Directors 
Tom Mills and William C. Doan, reported at length 
on the case in federal court against the K.H.S.A.A. 
and the Commissioner, which was held in Lex- 
ington on September 14 and September 16, 1971; 
and on the decree issued by Federal District Court 
Judge Mac Swinford. There was a lengthy dis- 
cussion of the decree and its implications. The 
Board accepted the decree and will take steps to 
implement the decree as soon as possible. The 
Commissioner was authorized to accept applica- 
tions for the position of the third assistant in 
the K.H.S.A.A. office. The Board will seek fur- 
ther information from Judge Swinford in order 
to carr>' out other directives of the decree in- 
cluding the selection of two black Board members. 

The Commissioner stated that he had three 
proposals to present to the Board in connection 
with the present financial position of the Associa- 
tion. He stated that these proposals are made 
necessary because of the cost and legal fees in- 
volved in the federal court case and because of 
the additional money needed to underwrite the 
cost of the additional staff member and other 
costs to the Association inherent in the court 
directives. 

The Commissioner's first proposal was that 
the Board action, taken during the April 15th 
meeting, providing an insurance subsidy for 1971- 
72 to each member school of the Association, be 
rescinded, with the Board continuing to under- 
write the cost of the catastrophe insurance policy. 
Richard Vincent moved, seconded by James T. 
Dotson, that the proposal presented by the Com- 
missioner be accepted. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

With respect to the statement concerning fin- 
ances made in the state regulations of baseball, 
cross country, golf, gymnastics, rifle, tennis, track, 
and WTestling, the Commissioner stated that, in 
his opinion, the paying of expenses of state tour- 
nament teams and individuals by the Associa- 
tion should not be mandatory. He recommended 
that "may" be substituted for "will" in the para- 
graphs referring to finances in the sports men- 
tioned: and that in Regional Track Rule XHI 
"awards" be substituted for "medals." James T. 
Dotson moved, seconded by Tom Mills, that the 
second proposal be accepted and made a part of 
K H.S A.A. regulations. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

The Commissioner's third proposal related to 
the possible need of the Association taking a 
small percentage of district and regional basket- 
ball tournament receipts. He proposed that the 
first sentence of Basketball Tournament Rule VI- 
A be amended to read as follows: "A percentage 
of tournament receipts may be required annually 
by the Board of Control for the Association bud- 
get. The participating schools may adopt by a 
rnajority vote any plan which they desire for the 
distribution of the remaining receipts." Roy L. 
Winchester moved, seconded by William C. Doan, 
that this proposal of the Commissioner be ac- 
cepted and made a part of the Basketball Tourna- 



ment Regulations. The motion was carried unani- 
mously. 

The Commissioner read a letter from Ath. 
Dir. Bowman Davenport of the Clarkson High 
School, requesting that the state of Kentucky be 
divided into three classes for the sport of cross 
country, this classification to start in the fall of 
1971 if possible. It was the opinion of the Board 
and the Commissioner that there are not enough 
schools sponsoring cross country at this time to 
justify the three classes recommended by Mr. 
Davenport. Also, plans for the 1971 regionals have 
already been made, and it will not be feasible to 
change the classes for the current season of a 
sport which is now in progress. The Commis- 
sioner stated that it is probable that there may 
be three classes for cross country in 1972. 

The date of December 17 was set for the next 
regular meeting of the Board of Control, this 
meeting to be held in Lexington. 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by Tom 
Mills, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning July 1, 1971. and ending August 
31, 1971, be allowed. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

Tliere being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



Officials' Ratings on 
Sportsmanship — Baseball 1971 

The following sportsmanship ratings were received on 
K.H.S-.'^.A, meml>er schools from reEistered baseball offi- 
cials for tne 1970-71 season. The numbers foUowinB each 
name represent respectively the number of Excellent. 
Good, Fail and Poor ratings. Ratings of the coach, other 
school officials, crowd and team have been combined in 
this report. 

Adair County. 111-12-8-1; Adairville. 49-22-20-1; Ahrens 
Voc. Tech., 32-10-2-0; Allen County. 27-0-3-2; Anderson 
County. 25-36-2-1; .^.therton, 22-17-2-3; Auburn, 77-4-7-0; 
Augusta. 56-15-7-0; Austin-Tracy. 78-13-9-0; 

Ballard, 125-53-22-0; Ballard Memorial. 17-0-3-0; Bar- 
bourviUe. 66-20-2-0; Bardstown. 80-37-10-5: Bath County. 
56-68-12-4; Beechwcjod. 26-8-5-0; Belfrv. 26-14-0-0; Bell 
County. 43-24-4-1; Bellevue, 47-21-9-0; Benton. 61-8-4-3; 
Berea Community, 14-4-1-0; Betsy Layne, 11-6-1-1; Bishop 
Brossart, 34-22-16-0; Bishop David, 71-21-10-0; Boone Coun- 
ty, 152-42-15-0; Boinbon County. 5B-30-17-2; Bowling Green, 
105-37-5-1; Bovd County, 92-29-6-0; Boyle County, 29-12- 
2-1; Breckinridge County, 95-39-1-0; Bremen, 78-9-16-1; 
Brvan Station. 135-30-11-0; Buckhorn, 9-10-1-0; Bullitt 
Central, 95-31-4-14; Burnside, 34-6-2-0; Butler, 173-28-16-1; 
Butler County, 45-5-26-0; 

Calhoun, 49-3-5-1; Caldwell County. 68-23-9-0; Calloway 
County, 70-5-1-0; Campbell County, 64-19-11-0; Campbells- 
ville, 182-11-15-0; Caneyville, 125-9-1-0; Carlisle County. 
112-6-30-0; Carr Creek, 64-24-8-0; Carroll County, 23-50- 
2-1; Casey County, 117-18-5-0; Catlettsburg, 56-39-9-4; Ca- 
verna, 130-45-21-0; Central, 28-16-0-0; Central City, 62-5- 
12-1; Chandler's Chapel, 42-16-19-3; Christian County, 
127-23-41-1; Clarkson. 32-4-3-0; Clay County. 107-17-12-4; 
Clinton County, 26-16-10-0: Combs Memorial, 13-15-5-3; 
Conner. 36-35-16-7; Corbin. 64-26-5-0; Covington Catholic, 
84-46-10-4; Covington Latin, 3-4-0-3; Crab Orchard, 39-4- 
10-0; Crittenden County, 38-24-6-0; Cumberland, 35-23-9-1; 
Cumberland County. 53-8-3-0; 

Danville, 82-22-7-0; Daviess County. 138-34-36-0: Daw- 
son Springs, 64-18-9-5; Dayton, 69-21-25-1; Deming, 51-7- 
16-2; DeSales, 47-29-7-1; Dixie Heights, 55-27-23-3; Dorton, 
22-22-6-6; Doss, 126-19-10-1: Drakesboro, 13-1-6-4; duPont 
Manual. 55-7-2-0; Durrett, 131-9-9-2; 

Earlington. 79-8-5-3: East Hardin. 130-22-12-0: Eastern, 
19-21-7-1; Edmonson County, 75-23-6-0; Elizabethtown. 145- 
3-12-0; Elkhorn City, 66-17-8-1; Eminence, 45-22-8-1; Estill 
County, 54-13-20-1; Eubank, 23-6-1-0; Evarts, 94-1-1-0; 
Ezel. 43-7-3-1; 

Falrdale. 92-21-4-2; Fairview. 62-20-8-2; Farmington. 
64-4-0-0; Feds Creek. 31-13-0-0; Fern Creek, 88-8-2-0; Flag- 
et. 106-52-1-1; Fleming County, 90-19-1-2; Fleming-Neon, 
32-27-1-3; Fordsville. 32-13-1-0; Fort Campbell, 94-4-0-2; 
Fort Knox, 89-10-1-0; Frankfort, 115-25-1-0; Franklin Coun- 
ty, 135-28-0-0; Franklin-Simpson, 96-12-0-0; Frederick 
Fraize, 40-16 0-0; Fredonia, 28-4-0-0: Fuiton County, 15-2- 
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Gallatin County, 4-8-0-0; Gamaliel, 103-25-0-0; Garrard 
County, 69-12-0-2; George Rogers Clark, 90-43-4-2; George- 
town, 80-23-9-0; Glasgow, 231-13-0-0; Graham, 9-4-1-6; 
Grant County, 68-2«-6-9; Greensburg, 164-45-2-0; Greenup. 
105-27-0-0: Greenville, 32-5-1-0; 

Hancock County, 19-1-0-0; Harlan Citv, 61-12-5-2; Har- 
rison County. 117-11-0-0; Harrodsburg, 52-9-1-7; Hart Coun- 
ty, 87-5-0-0; Hazard. 99-58-7-4; Hazel Green Academy. 36- 
4-0-0: Heath, 45-18-5-1; Henderson. 136-37-3-8; Hend'ersun 
Count}, 82-33-1-0: Henry Clay, 133-10-0-1; Henry County 
44-33-3-0: Hickman Countv, 72-6-2-0; Highlands, 57-28-3-i; 
Hindman, 59-38-2-1; Hiseville, 83-17-0-0; Hitchins, 133-10-0- 
0; Holmes, 87-27-5-1; Holy Cross, 77-28-1-1; Holy Family, 
76-25-2-1; Hopkinsville, 77-36-5-6; Hughes-Kirk, ' 62-17-0-0; 
Hustonville, 79-4-1-0; 

Iroquois. 96-44-2-2; Irvine, 40-12-0-0; 

Jackson County. 62-6-0-0; James A, Cawood. 63-7-2-0; 
Jeffersontown. 76-42-7-3; Jessamine Countv. 97-19-0-3; Jen- 
kins. 84-20-0-0; Johns Creek, 19-18-0-3; Johnson Central 
70-28-9-1; 

Knott County, 39-13-0-0; 

Lafayette, 128-13-0-2; LaRue Countv, 136-11-0-1; Laurel 
County. 136-18-1-1; Leatherwood, 26-5-3-2; Lee Countv 
20-11-0-0; Leitchfield, 127-9-0-0; Leshe Countv 12-19-6-7-' 
Letcher. 76-23-3-6: Lewis Countv. 17-9-4-1; Lewisburg 102- 
21-0-1; Lexineton Catholic. 114-4-1-1; Livermore 39-6-0-3- 
Livingston Central. 86-37-1-0; Lloyd Memorial. 38-18-6-3- 
Lone Jack. 116-31-1-0; Lone Oak, 70-6-0-0; Louisa 35-5-0-0- 
Louisville Country Day, 57-17-0-2; Louisville Male 24-11- 
O-I; Ludlow, 78-31-3-1; L>Tich, 16-3-4-1; Lvon Countv 
89-35-0-0; 

McCreary County, 14-2-0-0; McDowell, 2-6-4-0; McKell 
94-13-0-0; McKinney, 28-12-0-0; 

Madison, 82-15-1-1; Madison Central, 126-39-1-2; Madis- 
onville-North Hopkins, 218-34-10-6; Marion C Moore 65- 
38-6-3; Marion County, 89-27-5-3; Martin, 17-12-0-1; Mason 
County, 90-63-3-0; Mayfield. I51-1I-1-1; Mavsville 79-5-0-0- 
M. C. Napier, .53-16-3-0; Meade County. 131-13-0-0; Me- 
morial, 26-5-0-0; Menifee, 58-25-0-1; Mercer Countv 74- 
9-0-0; Metcalfe County, 153-30-1-0; Middlesboro, 88-39-3-0- 
Millard. 56-32-0-0; Millersburg Military Institute. 71-26-1-1- 
Model. 65-6-0-0; Montgomery County, 61-26-2-3; Monticello 
23-3-0-0; Morgan County. 109-5-1-0; Mt. Sterling. 63-31-2-9- 
Mt. Vernon, 44-4-0 0; Muhlenberg Central, 35-8-0-1; Mul- 
lins. 21-16-4-3; Murray. 121-9-2-0; 

Nancy. 9-5-0-0: Nelson Countv, 59-29-0-0; Newport 
44-22-6-2; Ne%vport Catholic, 55-37-13-0; Nicholas County,' 
19-28-12-0; North Hardin 202-14-0-0; North Marshall, 95- 
19-2-0; 

Ohio County, 30-6-7-1; Oldham Countv, 105-49-24-0; 
Olive Hill, 78-2-12-0; Ohnstead, 63-19-10-0; Owen County. 
46-31-8-0; Owensboro, 83-17-8-0; Owensboro Catholic 48- 
18-5-1; Owsley County, 25-3-10-0; 

Paducah Tilghman. 116-31-0-1; Paintsville. 34-49-8-16; 
Paris, 45-10-4 2: Park Citv, 114-36-1-1; Paul G. Blazer 
93-42-1-0; Pendleton County, 54-3-0-0; Phelps. 48-11-2-3- 
Pikeville, 64-34-13-10; Pine Knot. 11-1-0-0; Pleasure Ridge 
Park, 84-16-6-6; Portland Christian. 26-14-0-0; Powell 
County. 146-25-4-1; Prestonsburg. 35-26-6-1; Prichard 55- 
1-0-0; Providence, 52-13-2-1; Pulaski County, 14-9-0-0; 

Raceland, 53-31-4-2; Reidland, 90-18-14-0; Riverside 
Christian. 17-7-0-0; Rowan County. 177-30-31-2; Russell 
129-71-33-2; Russell Countv. 68-23-31-0; Russellville 77-24- 
16-3; 

Sacramento, 16-0-8-0; St. Henry, 52-14-5-0; Salversville 
6-1-1-0; Seneca. 137-17-1-1; Shawnee. 53-27-4-3;" Shelby 
■County. 86-31-1-0; Shelbvville. 93-26-0-0; Silver Grove, 39- 
16-1-0: Simon Kenton, 60-19-6-2; St. Marv. 91-12-1-0; St, 
Thomas. 65-22-1-1; St. Xavier. 102-30-0-0; Savre, 94-9-0 0; 
Scott County. 87-32-5-4; Scottsville, 30-21-1-0; Somerset, 
49-42-1-0; South Hopkins. 66-9-5-5; South Marshall 62- 
15-3-0; Southern, 102-43-2-1; Stanford, 54-29-0-0; Stuart, 
45-10-2-2; 

Tates Creek, 129-19-7-0; Taylor Countv, 95-13-2-2; 
Taylorsville, 24-7-1-4; Temple Hill, 130-23-7-0; Thomas 
Jefferson, 37-36-16-3; Todd Countv Central, 109-23-32-0; 
Tollesboro. 31-7-1-0; Tompkinsville. 60-23-5-0; Trigg Coun- 
ty. 30- 16-3-3; Trimble County. 9-37-10-0; Trinity (Louis- 
ville). 94-41-12-1: Trinity (Whitesville). 59-26-3-0; 

Union Countv. 
11-6-0; 



In Memoriam 



93-38-9-0; University Breckinridge, 94- 



Valley. 140-37-17-2; Virgie, 27-13-8-16; 

Walton-Verona. 65-10-4-0; Waggener. 73-15-3 I; War 
field. 23-4-1 0; Wairen L-eiitial. 45-17-0 0; Waireii East 
65-21-4 2; Washiiigtoii County. 40 37 12 2; Waylaad. 17 9 0. 
0; Webster County, 140-10-U-4, West Hardin. 80-7-0-1: West 
Hopkins. 39-3--,;-2; Westerii. 110-27-la-O: Westport. 60-37-7- 
4; Wheelwright. 5-12-2-0; Whitesburg. 66-26-4-0: Whitlev 
County. 83-15-1-1; Williamstown, 61-6-0-0; Wingo. 44-6-1-0; 
Wolfe Countv. 50-11-1-0; Woodford County, 42-27-2-0; 
Wurtland, 101-37-13-3. 




Jack Story 

Jack Stor.v. 54, the man who coached the 
colorful Cuba Cubs when they won the 1952 
.State High School Basketball Tournament, died 
at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis, Tennes- 
see, on September 8 following a lengthy illness. 

Born in Calloway County, Jack Story was 
an Almo High School and Murray State Univer- 
s;ity graduate. He first gained statewide prom- 
inence in 1951 when he guided tiny Cuba High 
Schoo) to second place in the state basketball 
tournament. He moved to the coaching position 
at the Mayfield High School in the fall of 1952 
and reniained there until ill health forced his 
retirement in 1965. During his tenure at Mayfield, 
he guided the Mayfield Cardinals to state tour- 
nament trips in 1955, 1956 and 1964. In his twenty- 
ei.ght years of coaching, the colorful mentor won 
478 games. 

Wendell Givens. writing in the Mayfield Mes- 
senger, said: "Jack Story and his basketball 
teams gained a unique spot in Kentucky sports 
history. Coach Story and his teams became leg- 
ends long before his death last Wednesday. . . , 

"Although Jack Story was a simple name to 
remember, the man always was and always will 
be remembered as 'Coach Story' to those who 
knew him. To hundreds of players he tutored 
over his 23-.vear coaching span, he also will be 
known as a friend. . . . 

"Any coach may learn fundamentals of a 
particular sport by experience, personal skill and 
instruction books. Only the great coaches have 
the ability to demand and get top effort from 
individuals. . . . 

"Coach StoiT will be remembered by untold 
numbers of fans, former ball players and friends 
throu;.'hout the state. Thank you. Coacli Story, 
tor tlu'se iiiid nlhi-r nu-nioiies." 

Mr. Story is survived by his wife, Mr.s. Mary 
Le-e Story; one son, Rex Story, Lone Oak; two 
daughters, Mrs. Barbara Jones, Sikeston, Mo., and 
Mrs. Carolyn Atkins, Louisville; and his mother, 
a Florida resident. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1971 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Football Officials 

(List Compiled October 1) 

If the telephone nmiiber is given for an official, it 
is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 
Ath.i. Daniel Ray, UPO Box 835. Morehead, 784-6284, 783- 

2221 
Bell. Ronald Keith, Cooperstown, Apt. A-126, Lexington. 

459-2716 
Bo=gess. WiUiam Gary. St. Paul Street, Wingo, 376-5126 
BouTland, Thomas D., P. O. Box 288, Ironton, Ohio, 532- 

8538. 324-6191 
Bradford, P. Neil, 3026 Nepperhan Road, Louisville. 459- 

2540 
Cain, Gene S.. 9300 Taylorsville Road, LouisviUe. 267-7720. 

452-4882 
Carter, Rickie Lane. 208 Old Morgantown Road. Bowling 

Green. 781-4690. 622-5919 
Cecil. Don. Rt. 1. Rine}-\-llle. 877-5877, 624-8357 
CoUev. Lvnn W.. 411 E. 23rd Street, Hopkinsville, 885- 

9538, 886-4463 
Combs. Edward T., 2708 Kenwood Drive, Hopkinsville, 

886-1832 
Cooper. Richard E.. 2001 Tyrone Drive. LouisviUe, 454-0943 
Corbett. John Byron. P. O. Box 87, Bardstown, 348-5461, 

348-3953 
Cornwell, Bobbv, 506 South Main, Franklin, 586-4327 
Dav. Richard W., 1677 Linstead, Lexington, 277-8231, 277- 

8231 
Douthwaite, Donald D., 6616 Merwin Avenue. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 574-2238, 241-2100 
Durden. John R., 302 E. Parkview Drive, Hopkinsville. 

386-7186. 886-4463 
Evans, Thomas David, 1246 Center Street, Bowling Green, 

843-3471 
Fuller, Wilton H.. 533 Hill-N-Dale, Lexington, 277-6654, 

272-1513 
Futrell, Keith M., R. R. 1. Rockfield. 843-1409 
Gelbke. Gilbert M.. 840 Alexandria Park. Ft. Thomas. 781- 

2273. 241-0102 
Gragg, James Logan. 2104 Mimi Court. Lexington. 293-0355 
Greene. Therman R.. 5614 Sheldon Drive. Alexandria. Va., 

354-5443 695-4454 
Griffin. Powell L.. 200 Peabody Court. Apt. 41, Louisville, 

459-0798, 543-7202 
Hackler, George Garv, Star Route, Box 94, Wallins Creek, 

664-3498. 573-1506 
Ha^es. Kenton R., Jr.. 1605 S. 3rd. LouisviUe. 637-8403 
Howell. Edwin D.. Jr.. P. O. Box 37, Bardstown. 348-6240. 

348-6601 
Huber. Jerrv. 2873 W. McMicken, Cincinnati, Ohio, 681- 

0897, 241-0102 
Himible, Michael E.. 139 Breathitt Street, Russellville, 

726-3214. 726-9473 
Hunt. Leonard D.. 424 HoUow Creek, Lexington, 299-4398, 

252-7233 
Isaacs. John P.. 288 Hightower Road, Lexington, 272-1120, 

233-2000. Ext. 2845 
Jackson. William C. Rt. 4. Box 392. Morganfield. 389-3405. 

389-2419. Ext. 308 
Johnson. Bernard M.. 322 Blueberry, Lexington. 277-2883. 

258-3928 
King. Ed, Jr., 5132 Milner Road, Louisville, 368-6859, 584- 

5215 
KlUf. Richard P.. 3412 Ferncroft Drive. Cincinnati, Ohio, 

561-1793, 761-7600 
Kouns. Robert, Box 582. South Shore. 932-4540. 932-3323 
Lashlev. Daniel R.. 561 Severn Way, Lexington, 278-2953, 

278-2953 
Lawson. Bert A.. 221 Charlestown Court. LouisviUe. 245- 

9217. 361-2616 
Leneave. Robert E.. 205 E. 18th Street. Benton. 527-3661. 

527-2561 
Lewis. BUI. Cromona. 855-7805 
Llovd, Birt. 4223 Auburn Road. Huntington. W. Va.. 429- 

1436 
Logan, C. Douglas. Box 684. EarbourvUle. 546-4883 
Luckett. Thomas Edward, 2006 Clinton Place E., Owens- 

boro. 684-1610 
McKinnev. Adelle. Radcliff. 357-5299 
Madon. Robert Lee. 314 Catalpa Street. Pineville, 337- 

2135. .337-2100 
Markham. James R.. 305 Spring Street. LouisvUle 
Mathis. David. 1800 S. 2nd Street. Louisville. 635-2473. 

582-5170 
Naumann. Frank. 525 E. Main. Glasgow. 651-3210. 678-0243 
Omer. WiUiam Keith. Rt. 1, Clav. 333-2529. 333-4008 
Patterson. BUI E.. Rt. 1. Box 244, MadisonvlUe, 821-1359, 

821-6833 
Peecher. Llovd. 5928 Woodland Avenue. SciotoviUe, Ohio, 

776-6157, '776-6157 
Porter, Charles M., 403 S. Main. Marion. 965-4281 
PoweU. Kellice M.. 50.34-A Hammond Heights, Ft. Campbell 
Ravencraft. David L., 3474 Ipswich Court, Lexington, 278- 
5396. 258-2898 



Ray. ColUs R.. 809 N. 32nd. Paducah. 442-2146. 442-1979 
Rieman, Bob S.. 2004 Dallas Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

522-3694 
Roark, Jimmv, P. O. Box 114, Pathfork, 664-2008. 573-4600 
Sallee, Danny, 580 Royal Court, Harrodsburg, 734-2503, 

734-9246 
Shackleford, James, R. R. 1. Box 89. Hulen. 664-3845 
Shadoan. Lowell Glenn. 2072 St. Christopher, Lexington. 

266-6715 
Smith, James H.. Rt. 1. Box 437. South Shore. 932-4497 
Smith. Joseph E., 1634 Walnut Street, Benton, 527-9317, 

395-4165 
Smith. Maurice C Jr.. 1208 Monroe Street. Sturgls, 333- 

2604 
Spurlock. Dannv. 208 Old Morgantov/n Road. Bowling 

Green. 781-4690. 622-4334 
Starr. James. 445 S. Ashland. B-21. Lexington 
Tuitele. Matthew V. L., 203 Millbrooke Drive. Hopkins- 
ville. 886-8371. 798-2913 
Walker, Ander.'Jon, 2212 Burwell, LouisvUle, 778-8913, 635- 

5888 
Walker, Joe D.. East Cedar Street. Franklin 
Weidinger. Edward C. 4154 Springrock Drive. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 931-9866. 381-1880 
White. John Stanlev, 1517 Fairfax Drive. Ashland, 325- 

2090. 325-8511, Ext. 253 
Wilder. Jerrv, 467 Dorchester, Bowling Green. 843-1983. 

745-2691 
Wilkes. Charles. Rt. 4. Box 365. Morganfield 
Williams. James H., Elmwood Drive. South Shore, 932- 

4372. 353-7440 
Wvlie. Wavne T.. 737 Lakeview Drive, Lexington, 254- 

3055. 252-2312 



Registered Basketball Officials 

of the K.H.S.A.A. — 1971-1972 

(List Compiled October 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it 
is the home phone number u.nless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

.\ekerman. Robert J.. Rt. 1. Box 382A, Ironton. Ohio. 

532-8052 
.^cton. Claude J.. Rt. 3. Box 174B, Somerset. 379-4535. 379- 

4530 
Adams. Jackv L., Rt. 1. Box 0-13-A, Pinetop, 642-4370, 

783-3739 
Adams, Jim C. Rt. 4. Box 372. Nicholasville. 885-3471. 

885-3471 
Adams. Rav. Jr., Rt. 3. Box 106. Manchester. 598-3262. 

598-3516' 
Adams. Tom. 4th and Elizabeth. Munfordville. 524-9582. 

765-5144 
Addington. David. Rt. 5. Owensboro, 683-3987 
Akers, Harold. Box 458. Pikeville. 432-1339. 432-2594 
Alexander. Howard. Crittenden, 823-0651 
Alexander, Rex E., 1320 WeUs Blvd.. Murray. 753-3579. 

762-6285 
Allen, James F., Box 1040. Harlan. 573-1595. 573-4510 
Allen, Nelson Robert, 113 Gesling Road, Russell. 836-5352. 

836-8915 
Allen, Thomas E.. Rt. 2. Vine Grove. 828-2889. 422-3214 
Allgood, Russell L.. Rt. 3, Elizabethtown, 765-4921, 769-2311 
Anders. Raleigh A., 702 Catching. London. 864-4060. 528- 

3912 
Anderson, Douglas L.. 206 Candace. Campbellsville, 465- 

6717 
Anderson, Edward L.. 512 Mill Street, LeUchfield, 259- 

3331 259-3850 
Anderson. Luther S.. Rt. 2. Liberty Heights. Carlisle, 

289-2364, 289-2364 
Anderson. Tom. 203 Mimosa Avenue. Somerset, 679-2161, 

678-8111. Ex-t. 246 
Ansel, Carl D.. Garrett 
Arflin. Tracv T.. 7540 B McDevett Circle. Ft. Knox. 624- 

5366. 624-7724 
Ash. Robert Cecil. 8315 Aspen Avenue, Pleasure Ridge 

Park 935-6069 
Asher, Tonv, 4024 Springdale. Owensboro. 683-6323. 683- 

1548 
Ashton. Guthrie H.. 7111 Kings Court. LouisviUe. 896-0890. 

459-3751 
Atha. Daniel Ray. UPO Box 835. Morehead. 784-6284. 783- 

2221 
Atwell. Darryl R.. R. R. 1. Box 17, Hardyville, 528-2364, 

528-2271 
Aubrev, Courtney Delmus. 204 Kewanna Drive. Jefferson- 

ville. Ind.. 282-6595. 456-2380 
Avres. Terrv E.. 514 E. 8th Street, Manchester. Ohio. 549- 

2057. 795"-2221 
Bark, Philip D.. 98 S. Rosemont, Providence. 667-5649. 

667-2411 
Bailev. Gaar J.. 6205 Van Court. Fern Creek, 239-3759, 

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BaUey, Jimmy H., 732 2nd Street, Bowling Green, 843- 

1053 843-3249 
Bain, Stanley Thomas, 1102 Nancylee Drive, Louisville, 366- 

0248, 775-6491 
Baker. Roger D., Box 232 College Station, WiUiamsburg, 

549-2629 549-2799 
Ball, John'c. 1604 Hickory Street, Flatwoods, 836-6154, 

324-1111, Ext. 5695 
Banks. Buddy, 1304 Prospect Avenue. Worthmgton, 836- 

5163 
Barker, PhUlip Michael, Box 269. Olive Hill, 286-4402 
Barker, Walter D.. P. O. Box 1411, Friendship, Ohio, 858- 

5421 
Barnes. Barry L., Rockport. 274-3028 
Barton. Leon. P. O. 497, Barbomville, 546-6368, 546-3661 
Barnette. Jerrv. Rt. 3, Box 445. PikevUle, 432-2328 
Bates, Bob. P. O. Box 871. Portsmouth, Ohio, 353-1013, 

353-1013 
Bates, James R.. Box 584. Whitesburg. 633-7227. 633-2246 
Bates. Jimmie D.. 7809 Mango Drive. LouisviUe. 937-8082, 

635-2673 
Beam, Joseph F., Jr.. 116 Rosewood Drive, Bardstown, 

348-5226 
Eeauchamp, P. J., 2719 Rachel Place. Owensboro. 685-3324, 

767-6258 
Beck. Robert E.. 7530 Merlj-n Circle. Louisville. 368-1965 
Belcher. William Otis. LeJunior. 837-2509 
Bell. Clarence. 3812 Meadow Haven Road. Louisville, 239- 

0782, 582-5573 
Bell. Robert J.. 3407 Sutherland, Lexington. 272-1291, 272- 

1291 
Bennett, Gene. Rt. 2. Wheelersburg, Ohio, 574-2941, 456- 

4191 
Bennett, James L., Rt. 1, Box 18, ELkhorn City. 754-5165, 

639-4402 
Bennett, Merrill, Rt. 1, Hodgenville. 358-4322, 358-4322 
Bentley. Glen. Rt. 1, Mt. SterUng. 498-3636, 498-5628 
Benzinger. Joseph A., 3502 Behymer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

752-3932. 553-3195 
Beshears. Jim. Nortonville. 676-3653 
Bevars, Ronnie. 568 Gates Road. EUzabethtown, 765-4456, 

862-3287 
Bibb, Ennis W., 1045 S. 38th Street. Louisville, 776-4008 
Biggers, Lonnie William, High Jackson Road, Charlestown, 

Ind., 246-3209, 246-2562 
Bingham, Bennie, P. O. Box 88. Worthington. 836-4208 
Biter. Charles D.. 6602 Moorhaven Drive, LouisviUe, 239- 

3580, 452-4676 
Black, Willis L.. Sr.. 407 10th Street. Corbin, 528-3393, 

528-9035 
Blackford, Robert L.. 208 Caldwell Drive, Elsmere, 341- 

3849, 342-9133 
Blackwood. Thomas W., 3402 Hastings Circle, Louisville, 

425-9760, 774-5766 
Blair, Keimeth. Hindman. 785-5844. 436-3158 
Blandford. Kenneth L„ 120 E. Amherst, LouisviUe, 368- 

0302, 361-7181 
Blandford, Steven, 120 E. Amherst, LouisviUe, 368-0302 
Blankenbaker, W. Larry. 153 Skyline Drive, Bowling 

Green. 842-8889. 781-4585 
Bleidt, John J., 7018 Culver Lane. LouisviUe, 968-2037 
Blemker, Ray. Jr.. 2363 Dundee Drive, Henderson, 826- 

8330 
Blevins, Donald Wayne, 1958 Natchez Trail, Lexington, 

277-6824, 252-0112 
Bollinger, BiUy Joe, R. R. 7, Owensboro, 764-1019 
Bond. Howard I., Bi-Rite Trailer Park, Falmouth, 654- 

8128, 371-0070 
Boone, William S.. "BUI". Greenwood Estates. Box 131, 

Bowling Green, 843-3756. 843-3756 
Bowers, Donald B.. Sr.. 335 MacBrae Road, Louisville, 

366-4296, 634-8361 
Bowling, Donald E.. 503 Scott Avenue, PikeviUe, 437-7243 
Boyd, John D.. 609 High Street, Coal Grove. Ohio, 532- 

6503, 532-8143 
Boyd, Marcus F., 218 Surfwood Drive, Florence, 283-1696, 

684-1205 
Brammer, Wardlow Louis, Rt, 4, MaysviUe. 564-6081, 564- 

5565 
Branham. Mason, Jr., Box 1, Grahn, 286-4363, 747-6456 
Brant, Bernard. 2309 Fairview Avenue, MadisonviUe, 821- 

8638, 821-7186 
Brashear, Loy Ray, Rt. 1, Glendale, 854-2921, 765-4146 
Branch. Charles J.. 117 Westview Drive, Bardstown, 348- 

3218, 348-3991 
Brause, Allan R.. 859 W. N. Bend Road. Apt. 210, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 242-0151. 761-4130. Ext. 270 
Breeden. Bill. Box 296. Mt. Washington. 538-4897, 564-3750 
Brennenstuhl. Jim. P. O. 101. Pleasant View, 549-2148, 549- 

2463 
Brewer, J. Kenneth. P. O. Box 123, Campton, 668-6556, 

668-6556 
Brewer, Jerry, Bonnyman, 436-6200, 436-3155 
Briggs, Bruce E., 306 N. 45th Street. LouisviUe. 778-5397, 

589-3060 
Broaddus, William, Rt. 1. Box 32E, Bardstown, 348-9006. 

549-3373 
Brock, Alben. Kettle Island, 337-3848, 337-2058 
Brock, John D., Rt. 1. Box 221 B. PlneviUe, 337-3368 



Broclcman, Gerald K., 1015 Sir Lancelot, LouisviUe, 425- 

6133, 582-3511, Ext. 438 
Browder. Homer Lee, 405 Fair Street, Henderson, 826- 

2123, 827-5671, Ext. 44 
Brown, E. C, Fair Street, Liberty, 787-7275, 787-7191 
Brown, Kenneth E., Rt. 1, Box 327, Ft. Mitchell, 783-3854 
Browning, Danny W., General DeUvery, Whamcliffe, 

W. Va. 
Browning. Earl, 3512 Foxglove Lane, LouisvUle, 425-2937, 

425-2541 
Browning, Wayne, 23 Devonsliire Drive, MadisonviUe. 821- 

2454, 821-4519 
Bunch, Lawrence O.. Rt. 2, Box 128, WUliamsburg. 549- 

2262 
Bunn, Harold, 2523 CoUis Avenue, Huntington, W. Va. 
Burch. Bill. 2128 Mantz, Ashland. 324-8397, 325-2538 
Burchett. Dwight, PaintsvUle. 789-1741, 785-3881 
Burgess, Jack, 108 Cole Court, BarbourviUe, 546-6647 
Burke. Harry R.. 328 Arnold Avenue, Prestonsburg. 886- 

2796, 886-2385 
Burkhart, James G., Box 169, LoyaU, 573-1437, 664-3444 
Bush. Karmen B.. 9904 Grassland Avenue, Apt. 14, Jef- 

ferstown, 267-5352, 267-7486 
Bussell, John H., 233 Mt. Aii-y, Paris, 987-6118, 987-1395 
Butcher, Douglas, Box 14, MeaUy, 789-5553. 789-5301 
Butcher, Stephen Douglas, Box 14, MeaUy, 789,5553, 297- 

3674 
Butler, Jack K., 2604 Fomth Avenue, Himtington, W. Va. 
Butner, Billv M., Box 616, Lancaster, 792-3503, 925-2711 
Byrd, A. Gordon, 6201 Scottwood Drive, LouisviUe, 935- 

9995 
Byrd, Corbett Wayne, 549 E. Office Street, Harrodsburg. 

734-2761 
Caldwell, James A., 162 Clover Ridge, Ft. Thomas, 441- 

1626, 397-2785 
Calitri. Don L., Box 481. Union College, BarbourvUIe, 546- 

3775. 546-4151. Ext. 133 
Callahan. Tom, 4346 Ridgeview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 471- 

0768, 721-4787 
Campbell, Eddie, R. R. 1, Box 141, Hazard, 436-6792 
CanipbeU, James W., Box 322, Weeksbury, 452-2382 
•Campbell, WilUam C, 7413 Paiute Road, LouisvUle, 366- 

9290, 366-9561, Ext. 271 
Canadav, Jacy Glenn, 201 Lincoln, Vine Grove, 877-5387, 

877-5537 
Carl, Parker Loren, 125 Camden Avenue, VersaiUes, 873- 

5262 
Carlberg, John H., Box 234, Huldraugh, 942-2723, 942-2730 
Carlberg. Ralph C. 1501 Elm Street, West Point. 922-4456 
Carpenter. Jasper, 34 Queen Avenue, Lexington, 252-0952 
■Carr, Billy W., 1003 Seng Avenue, FrankUn, 586-6910, 586- 

3261 
Carr, Gene P., 2210 Phelps Street, Ashland, 324-7548 
Carr. Lawrence W., 323 Shelby Street, Bromley, 261-2994, 

243-3151 
Carson. Michael W., 109 Stewart, Carmi, Illinois, 382- 

giSti. 382-5188 
Carter. Jack. Bulan. 436-6148 
Carter. Rickie Lane. 208 Old Morgantown Road, Bowling 

Green. 781-4690, 622-5919 
Cash, Charles C 616 Hemlock, Calvert City, 395-4709, 395- 

4165. Ext. 217 
Cates, Billv Chester, 130 Jacobs Drive, Princeton, 365-9487, 

424-7741. Ext. 641 
Cawood. Tommy, Ivy HiU, Harlan. 573-2396. 573-3711 
Cecil, Don, Rt. 1. RinevviUe, 877-5877. 624-8357 
Cecil. J. Ronald. 3020 Dogwood Drive, LouisviUe, 454-0204 
Centers, Mike, 4816 S. 3rd.. Apt. 29. LouisvUle. 368-7035 
Certain, Garland, Rt. 2, Sturgis, 333-2828, 333-4008 
Chattin, Ernest P., 615-17th Street, Ashland, 324-2665, 325- 

8586, Ext. 231 
Childers, Jimmie R., Lot 63, Quick Shop TraUer Park, Win- 
chester, 744-5208, 744-4088 
Childers, Phillip, Hindman. 785-5652, 785-3133 
Cisco, Robert N., USA PCF, Ft. Knox, 624,7586, 624-4445 
Clark. Robert, 303 Southern Drive, ClarksviUe, Tennessee, 

647-2196 
Clark, Tom, 430 Spalding Avenue, Lebanon, 692-2034 
Clater, James F.. 606 Broadway, EUzabethtown. 769-1617, 

895-2431 
Clavpool. Thomas W., Rt. 2, Owensboro, 684-8719 
Cleavenger. Ed, Rt. 4, Box 308, Morganfield, 389-2684, 389- 

2419, Ext, 495 
Clemmons, Sam, 635 Central, Lexington, 255-7566, 252-0391 
Clevinger, Terry W., Rt. 1, Box 180, EUchom City, 754- 

8378, 432-1414 
Cochran, Ray Delano, Win, 297-3135, 265-3110 
Cochran, Roy H., Jr., P. O. Box 335, Owenton, 484-5281, 

484-3948 
Coker, Allen, 2109 Pearce Ford Drive, BowUng Green, 

748-4892. 748-3348 
Coleman. James E.. Box 2, Phelps, 456-3591, 456-3365 
Coleman, Jimmy, 317 Scott Avenue, Paris, 987-3395, 254- 

0579 
Collier, Bumard, Sidney. 353-4111 

Collier. Mike. 18 Roselawn Drive. Independence, 358-9303 
CoUins. Hubert. Wittensville, 297-3152. 789-4215 
Collins. Ronald K.. 2590 Old ButtermiUc, ViUa Hills, 341- 

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Collinsworth. Kenneth E., Campton, 668-6877. 743-3705 
CoUopv. Frank. Prestonsburg Community College, Pres- 

tonsburg. 886-3675, 886-3863 
Combs. Henry B.. Star Rt. 5. Quicksand, 666-7103, 295-2341 
Combs. Keith A.. 4519 Coyert Avenue, Evansville, Indiana. 

477-2869, 476-3051 
Conder. Joseph B.. 439 Hugulet. Lexington, 252-7251, 252- 

9222 
Conlev. iMeritt, Box 149. Hindman, 785-5271 
Cooksev. Marvin. 5905 Orville Drive. Louisville, 969-3585. 

452-3346 
Coomer, George M.. 3474 Boston Road, Lexington, 277- 

8629. 252-2312. Gardenside Ext. 
Copley, Sidney M., Box 13, Red Jacket, W. Va., 426-4545. 

426-4480 
Corlis. John H.. 2006 Glenwav Avenue, Covington. 431- 

0913. 371-6366 
Cornette. Benjamin W.. Rt. 1. Box 646. Pikeville. 437-6394 
Cornwell, James, 506 South Main, Franklin. 586-4327, 586- 

4451 
Cosby, Carel A.. 558 Magie Avenue, Fairfield, Ohio, 895- 

7289, 423-4491 
Cox. Ken. 2150 Richmond Road #23, Lexington, 266-2313. 

266-4711 
Cox. Rufus A.. 624 N. Kentucky Avenue. Madisonville, 

821-2692. 821-4850 
Coy. Charlie S.. Boston 
Crager. Bobby F.. 100 Clark Street. Flatwoods. 836-6069, 

836-5623 
Cravens. Robert L.. 3642 Taylor Blvd.. Louisville, 366-8925. 

583-1721 
Creekmore. Milford Burl, P. O. Box 368, Pine Knot, 354- 

2846. 376-2122 
Crews. Roger Nelson. 305 Johnson Street, Irvington, 547- 

2361. 781-3970 
Cummins. Rav E.. P. O. Box 428, Mt. Vernon. 256-4376. 

256-2922 
CundiffT Curt. Dry Creek Road, Clearfield. 784-4516 
Cunningham. Bob. Stanton. 663-2674, 886-2565 
Cunningham. Jack D.. P. O. Box 71. Majestic, 456-7608 
Cupp. Jackie Ray. Rt. 4. Box 200-B. London. 864-4076 
Curtis. Douglas E.. 475 Florence Avenue, Fairborn, Ohio. 

379-1604 
Curtsinger. Garvey. Rt. 3. Carlisle. 289-2003. 234-2340 
Dalton. John P.. Boy 254. Morgantown. 526-4633 
Dame, L. J.. Rt. 2. Utica. 729-4136. 683-2401. Ext. 506 
Daniel. Billy J., Rt. 1. Hidden Vallev. Morehead. 784-9228. 

783-3254 
Daniels. Robert A.. Box 2. Van Lear. 789-3931 
Daopoulos. James A.. 1704 Jennifer Road. Lexington. 299- 

2369. 258-2398 
DaPonte. Stephen J.. 2619 Colin Avenue. Louisville. 635- 

7223. 582-8696 
Davidson. Harlan. P. O. Box 52. Hazard 
Davis. A. J., Box 588. Hazard. 436-5565. 436-2138 
Davis. Harold T.. Rt. 3. Beaver Dam. 274-4159, 232-4213 
Davis. Ralph C, 1326 S. 7th Street, Ironton. Ohio. 532- 

8606. 532-8143 
Dawson .Albv. 536 22nd. Dunbar. W. Va.. 768-9247. 768-3981 
Dawson. Jerry T.. Rt. 4. Cvnthiana. 234-5316. 234-4393 
Day. Bill E.. Stonehaven Drive. Frankfort. 227-7534. 255- 

6812 
Day. Jack L.. Central City High School. Central City. 754- 

4700. 754-2272 
Day. Richard W., 1677 Linstead Drive, Lexington. 277- 

8231. 277-8231 
Dean. Jerry, McKee. 287-7301. 287-7161 
Deaton. Larry Gene. 1225 Broadview. Bowling Green, 842- 

7223. 842-4287 
Decker. Dennis L.. 2504 Memorial. Ft. Thomas. 441-7434. 

441-8393 
Delaney. William T.. 2335 Alexandria Park. Apt. 20A. 

Southgate. 781-2184. 
Denham, Alan R.. 6.34 Laurel Street. Ludlow Street. Lud- 
low. 291-5958. 261-9383 
Dening. David F.. 23'/- Wheeler, Winchester. 744-8126. 744- 

2832 
Denney. Roscoe. 50 High Street. Walton. 625-4801 
Denton, Calvin 130 Spring Street. Carlisle. 289-5687, 233- 

2000. Ext. 2505 
Dennedv. Bob. 5083 Orangelawn Drive, Cincinnati. Ohio. 

922-83.52. 574-3511 
DeVarv. Bill. 32.37 Raven Circle, Lexington, 277-7237, 233- 

2000. Ext. 7080 
Diachenko. Nick. 205 Blue Grass 40B. Newport, 441-3873 

'Bus.) 
Dickison. Ruddie L.. R. R. 5. Olive Hill. 286-2194 
Dillihay. Ralph E.. Box 87, Central City. 754-4576, 821-4460 
Disken. Jim. 2930 Vine Street. Cincinnati, Ohio. 281-0136. 

281-9264 
Divine. Wayne L.. 626 Walnut Street. Central Citv. 754- 

2783. 754-2272 
Dixon. Billy M.. Rt. 1. Box 547. Airport Gardens. Hazard. 

436-4605. 439-9931 
Dixon. Ronald R.. R. R. 2, Box 380A. Ashland. 928-9691. 

324-9363 
Dodson. John L., 161'/ Doulton Avenue, Huntington, W. 

Va, 



Donaliue. Owen B.. 1807 Plieasant Hills Drive, Loveland, 

Ohio. 683-2283. 821-2811. Ext. 320 
Donald. Edward W., 317 E. King Street, Lancaster, Pa., 

624-1330 (Bus.) 
Dorsey. James, 4062 Vinedale, Cincinnati, Ohio, 471-8050 
Dotson. John B.. Ill Beech Street, Vincennes, Indiana, 

382-8095. 725-3855 
Doutliwaile. Donald D.. 6616 Merwin Avenue, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 574-2238, 241-2100 
Dowell. Larry E.. 6607 Woodbark Lane, Louisville, 239- 

9050. 587-1121. Ext. 260 
Downey. Rich.ard. 309 Grande Avenue, Somerset, 679-3878, 

679-1137 
Downs. Joseph W.. 829 Bartlev Avenue, Bardstown, 348- 

5123. 348-3991 
Drake. Richard R., 72 Donnelly Drive, Ft. Thomas, 441- 

4235 
Driakell. Earl. Jr.. 3311 Moulton Lane, Louisville, 459-7638, 

583-1641 
Druien. James Thomas, 4407 Leeds Road, Louisville, 447- 

4327. 448-4620 
Duckworth. Thomas B.. 822 Mill Street. Henderson, 826- 

3459. 826-3159 
Duerson. W. R.. Rt. 2. Paint Lick, 925-2712, 925-2711 
Duff. Bhchell. Garrett. 358-4564. 358-9391 
Duff. Earl. 109 Kentucky Blvd.. Hazard. 436-2604. 436-2604 
Duncil. Charles. Beattyville. 464-8708. 464-8126 
Dunn. Paul Win.ston. 1442 Taylor Avenue, Louisville. 458- 

4465 
Durbin. Roy. 2911 Dale Ann Drive, Louisville, 452-1730. 

587-1121, Ext. 237 
Duvall. Thomas Jay. Sr., 4924 Cedar Brook Court, Louis- 
ville. 964-1536. 964-1536 
Dyke. Orville Dean. P. O. Box 231, Crestwood. 241-4109, 

452-410S 
Eastep. Phillip Rav, Rt. 2. Salyersville, 349-2911 
Edwards. Ernest S.. Jr.. 823 S. 39th Street, Louisville. 774- 

5496. .584-0201 
Elam. James D.. 2069 Alexandria. Lexington, 277-4912, 

254-8282 
Elam. Jerry Wallace. Rt. 2, Monticello, 348-7454. 348-3166 
Eldridge. Wayne R,. P. O. Box 144, Science Hill, 423-3495, 

678-8161 
Elliott. Cailos N., 2409 Vinedale Avenue, Louisville, 459- 

3587. 582-2621 
Elliott. Carroll L.. 307 College Street. Elizabethtown, 765- 

4007. 765-6118 
Elliott. Douglas C. 106 Derringer Court, Springfield, 336- 

7970. 336-7771 
Elliott. Micael Coyle. Rt. 3A. Springfield. 336-7543, 336-3681 
Emery. George A.. 234 Clav Street. New Albany, Indiana. 

944-.5257. 283-1281 
Engle. Orville L.. 128 Oak Street. Pineville. 337-2916 
Evans. Willis. 3600 Montclair Avenue, Louisville. 239-8585. 

582-5532 
Evcrsole. R. J.. R. R. I. Box 294. Hazard. 436-6033 
Farley. Jimmv. W. Jefferson. Berea. 986-3929. 622-2236 
Farley. Reed A.. 2416 Shandon Drive. Lexington, 299-0696. 

233-2000: Ext. 2193 
Farmer. Billie. Rt. 2. Boaz. 658-8592. 442-3946 
Farris. Joseph T.. 257 Melbourne Way. Lexington, 278- 

6783. 968-3361 
Farris. Willard H.. 303 N. Third. Williamsburg. 549-0809 
Featherstone. Jerry. Box 414. Mayfield. 247-7448. 247-3553 
Featherstone. John E.. 4102 Sunrise Way, Louisville, 459- 

8334. 366-9560 
Feger. George. Jr.. 2602 Mt. Vernon Court. Louisville. 451- 

4190. 968-3361 
Feher. AI. Box 746. Lynch. 848-2547. 848-5431 
FerRuson. Roy F.. Rt. 3. Barbourville. 546-3893. 546-3104 
Fer.quson. Thomas Lvle. 231 Bartow Drive. Barboursville. 

W. Va. 
Fields. Jerry Wayne. R. R. 1. Maysville. 883-3145, 564-5541 
Finlev. Albert R.. 114 Millbroke Drive. Hopkinsville, 886- 

4106. 885-8335 
Fish. T,eland G.. .537 Folkstone Drive, Lexington. 266-5087, 

252-2312. Ext. 2535 
Fisher. Larry J.. Berea Blvd.. Poplar Highlands, Raceland, 

836-6848. :;25-8511. Ext. 5.56 
Fitzgerald. Oscar L.. Box 321. Burnside. 561-4881. 678-5821 
Floyd. Raymond. "Pete". 200 Robin Drive. Somerset, 678- 

4807. 679-1117 
Flovd. Louis Richard. R. R. 1. Bagdad. 747-8751. 747-8751 
Flynn. Bobby. 428 McKenna Court. Lexington. 299-5902, 

2.55-2481 
Ford. Donald R.. 8719 Bluebell Drive, Louisville, 964-5019 
Ford. Larry. Rt. 3. Hwy. 1414. Hartford, 298-7148. 298-7148 
Foster. Berryman E.. 927 Waverly Drive, Lexington, 255- 

7374 
Foster. J, W,. R. R. 6. Sandersville Road. Lexington. 254- 

7481. 277-8703 
Foster. William R.. "Bob". Science Hill, 423-3313, 678-8161 
Fraley. Bill. 1604 Lee Drive. Henderson. 827-3232 
Fralev. Joe. 1704 East Main. Greenup. 473-7075 
Francis. James F.. \Vheelwright. 452-2395 
Frankel. Louis S., 3723 Stanton Blvd.. Louisville. 452-6519, 

452-6519 
Frazer, Tom Roe. Rt. 1, Sturgis, 333-4412, 333-4672 



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Frey, William R.. 235 Ridgeway. Southgate, 781-2685 
Frit7. Sherman, 122 Meadowlark Drive. Richmond. 623- 

4956. 623-3424 
Froba, James R., 2008 Terril Lane, Apt, 1. LouisviUe, 458- 

3610, 451-6181 
Fiigate, Don. Viper. 476-8058. 436-3837 
FuUer. C. Richard, 406 Wyandot Way, Mt, Sterling, 498- 

5218, 498-2660 
Fuller, John R., Jr., 4835 Epperson Road, Box 3190, Padu- 

cah, 898-3115, 443-5626 
Fultz, Andrew J.. "Jack". Box 536, Olive Hill. 286-2303. 

286-2481 

Gabhard, Jack, Rt. 1, Hazard. 436-6125, 436-6125 
Gaddie. Gary Thomas, Woodland Tr. Park, Lot ^103. 

ELuabethtown, 769-2609, 242-4041 
Gaither, Gene. P. O. Box 103, Beaver Dam, 274-3885, 274- 

4905 
Gardner, Garv M., Rt. 3, MagnoUa, 528-2947, 531-1111 
Garland, Danny. 1220 Dale Avenue. Frankfort. 223-8608. 

223-2096 
Garrett, Fred A., General Delivery, Chapmanvllle. W, Va. 
Gartin, Robert B., 140 Main Street, Paintsville, 789-8592 
Gath, James E., Rt. 1. Harrodsburg. 734-9730 
Gaskin. Donald Wayne, Lure Lodge. Jamestown. 343-3111. 

Ext. 25 (Bus.) 
Gatterdani. Ed L.. Jr., 3716 Briarbridge, Lane irl2, Louis- 
ville, 459-9759, 584-3211. Ext. 388 
Gent, Herman T., Rt. 1. Box 369. Middlesboro. 248-5902 
Gentry. Dale J.. 4945 Determine Lane, Louisville, 477-5981. 

585-5814 
Gering, Paul G., 3814 Hillcreek Road. LouisviUe. 451-2402. 

636-1445 
Gettler. John F.. 705 Providence Road. Lexington. 266- 

4801. 254-4017 
Gibbons. Mike. 112 Kendall-Kentuckv Weslevan College. 

Owensboro. 684-5185. Ext. 266. 683-4795 
Gibson. Fred W.. 1805 Sunset Drive. Owensboro. 685-3370. 

684-6441 
Gibson. Marcus. Garrett 

Gilbert. Cebert. Jr.. R. R. 2. Stanton. 663-2298 
Gill. Harrv R.. 3413 Piedmont. Huntington. W. Va. 
Gillespie. Fred A.. Rt. 1. Calvert City. 395-4776 
Gillispie. John. Red Bird Mission. Beverly, 337-3558 
Gilman. Ronald R., Rt. 1, Box 114, Delbarton, W. Va. 
GiordaT.o. Al. Holly Lane. Princeton. 365-5615. 365-5680 
Gish. Pete. 2025 Poplar Avenue. Henderson, 826-3023. 826- 

9522 
Glass. Jim. 312 Lawrence Street. Brandenburg. 442-2486. 
422-3214 

Glass. K. L., 108 Adkins Street. Clarksville. Tennessee. 

648-2056. 798-2018 
Golf. George E.. Box 164. Matewan. W. Va. 
Goins. Edsar S.. 118 Broadhurst. Wilmore. 858-3107 
Goldev. William H.. 866 Lamont Lane. Henderson, 827- 

3622. 827-2561 
Goley. Jim. 3811 Lori Drive. Apt. 1-2, Erlanger, 331-7465, 

431-8335 
Goode, Ralph W., 615 E. Highland Blvd., Paducah, 442-3204 
Goodin, Bill. 2274 Beargrass Avenue. Louisville. 454-0854 
Goodman. Bobbv. East View. 862-3160 
Gorrell. Howard. Box 33. Auburn. 542-6312. 542-4181 
Gour, Bob. 218 S. Lee. Bowling Green. 843-9582. 842-9431 
Grace. Charles K.. Cypress Street. Pineville. 337-3331, 337- 

2348 
Grace, Lucian, 387 Boone Avenue. Winchester. 744-7377 
Grant. Larrv. 1138 Standiford Avenue. Louisville. 366-9027 
Graves. J. Kenneth. Box 127. Mt. Olivet. 724-2441. 724-2861 
Gray. Kenneth E.. 1836 Tyler Pk^v^^, Louisville. 458-2411. 

458-3221 

Green. Donald P.. 832 Brand. Mayfield. 247-6038. 247-6038 
Greene. Therman R.. 5611 Sheldon Drive. Alexandria, Va., 

354-5443. 695-4454 
Greer. Kenneth. 817 Wheateroft Court. Lexington. 299- 

7862. 233-2000. Ext. 2547 
Greer. Phil G.. 3423 Sutherland Drive. Lexington. 272-4253. 

272-1611 
Gregg. Lonnie. 123 West Shelby. Falmouth. 654-8312 
Griffey. Richard. Box 1425. Williamson. W. Va.. 235-5228. 

235-3120 
Griffith, Millard, 7 W. Walnut. Southgate. 441-5746 
Grigsby. Pete. Jr.. E. McDowell. 377-2356. 377-6202 
Grimes. Herman L.. Salem. 988-2193. 388-7562 
Gupton. Lawrence R.. 105 Hillview Acres. Greensburg. 

932-5001. 932-5001 

Haas. Tom V., 10 Rosa Place, Cold Spring, 441-9570, 635- 

2191 
Haddix, John F.. P. O. Box 368. Campton. 668-8795. 668- 

8631 
Hagan. Joe E.. 3000 Sherbrooke Road. Louisville. 425-1325 
Halbert. Jakie. Rt. 2. Box 25. Langley. 285-3075 
Halcomb. Ralph W.. P. O. Box 995. Lexington. 252-2909 

(Bus.) 
Hall. Charles E.. 601 Pontiac Trail. Danville. 236-8811. 236- 

2604 
Hall. Michael Allen, Booneville Road, Beattyville, 464- 

3000, 464-8000 
Hall, Tommy D.. Box 35. Ivel. 478-5689. 478-2255 



Hamm. Gerald. "Jerry". 1616 Oliver Avenue, Bowline 

Green, 842-5396. 781-1800 
Hammons. George F., Box 23, Barbourville, 546-4589, 546- 

4022 
Hammons, Robert Lewis, 300 South Third. Richmond, 623- 

8358 
Hammons. Wendell L.. Baughman. 542-2005, 252-7511 
Hancock, Norb, 2412 Tavener Drive, LouisviUe, 425-0005. 

■125-0005 
Hanna. George. 364' ^ Norway Avenue, Huntington, W, Va. 
Hardin, Jack H., 1105 B. Street, Ceredo. W. Va. 
Harjo. Austin A.. 108 Airport Road. ClarksvUle, Tennes- 
see, 431-3781 
Harper. RandaU H.. 11806 Dearing Woods Drive. VaUey 

Station. 937-5319. 772-3661. Ext. 2641 
Harper. Robie. Drakesboro. 476-8084. 476-8411 
Harris. Arthur. P. O. Box 682, BowUng Green, 842-8732, 

842-3108 
Harris. Garry Dean. 1643 Monroe. Paducah, 851-3885, 442- 

7386 
Harris. Robert. Rt. 1. Edd\-viUe. 388-8475. 388-2211 
Harris. Vernon W.. Richardsville. 777-3641. 777-3641 
Harris. Wayne. R. R. 2. Box 69. Somerset. 679-2184. 679-9966 
Harrison. Danny. 604 Front Street. Vanceburg. 796-2462 
Harrison. John L.. Webster Ext. Cvnthiana. 234-3333. 735- 

2555 
Harrod. Horace D.. R. R. 3. Box 254E.. Shelbvville. 633- 

3394. 451-7060 
Hartman. Robert E.. 3647 Concerto Drive. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 563.6645. 391-7133 
Harvey. Andrew T.. 357 Greenwell. Cincinnati, Ohio. 251- 

5013. 541-5400. Ext. 261 
Hatcher. Robert. 13?. Holmes Drive. Paducah. 898-2521, 

247-8640 
Hatlield. James. 241 Georgesville Road. Apt. 31. Columbus, 

Ohio. 443-7.931 
Hawkins. Donald H.. Rt. 1. Ekron. 828-3631. 828-2125 
Havden. John O.. 1624 Stafford Avenue. Louisville. 367- 

8662. 634-1531 
Havden. Samuel J.. Fancy Farm. 623-8414. 623-8102 
Ha\es. James V.. 'Pete". 8207 Westrav Lane. LouisviUe. 

969-1920. 452 3927 
Hazelwood. Hov.ard P.. 1211 Devonport Drive. Lexington. 

252 5112. 254-8031 
Heath. Robert. Box 262. Hardinsburg. 756-2387, 769-1678 
Henderson. Roger .\nthony, 1613 Herr Lane. LouisviUe. 

426-4684. 778-9289 
Hendrick. Kenny. Rt. 7. Bowling Green. 843-3428 
Henson. Tonv C. R1. 6. Mavfield. 658-3126. 443-6582 
Hess. Creighton L.. Rt. 1. Box 119. Sonora. 369-2802. 769- 

2413 
Hess. Herman. 4204 Summit Drive. Louisville. 957-5723. 

361-2661 
Hewitt. R. T.. College Station. Murray. 753-5435. 762-4458 
Hicke\-. Charles M.. 6055 Taylor Mill Road. Covington, 

336-2380 
Hicks. Bernard H.. 1407 Dons Drive. Louisville. 368-9319. 

■J35-9120 
Hicks. Dane. 306 Mercer. Elizabethtown. 769-2437. 862-3924 
Hicks. F'ovd. 43 New URI. Florence. 371-6279. 772-1400 
Hicks, Gci.v. Box 285. Jericho Road. LaGrange. 222-1922. 

222-1336 
Hicks. Llovd. 6253 Spring Mever. Cincinnati. Ohio, 574- 

4283. 671-3000. Ext. 452 
Hiehbaugh. Ottis. P. O. Box 135. Bonnieville. 531-1875. 

331-1200 
Hill. Earl F,. Rt. 6. Box 141. London. 864-2521. 864-2128 
Hill, James P.. 2310 Ponder. Owensboro. 685-2888. 684-0448 
Hill. William Donald. Jr.. 1548 Longfield Avenue. Louis- 
ville. 366-8932. 582-5495 
Hilton. Billy. 323 Maplewood Avenue. Springfield. 336-7594 
Hilton. Dudlev. 516 Walnut; Springfield. 336-7667 
Hina. Charles W,. 411 Parrish Avenue. Owensboro. 684- 

4092 
Hina. Rov D.. Sturgis. 333-2770. 333-4008 
Hiaes. Bob. 621 Hemlock. Calvert Citv. 395-7240. 395-4101 
Hitt. Billy D,. Rt, 2. Maysville. 759-7707. 564-9156 
Hodges. Bill. 397 Pine Street, Benham. 848-2073 
Hoffmeier. Paul C 3468 Tangent Drive. Cheviot, Ohio, 

481-5573. 632-3647 
Hofstetter. Joe. Box 1815. Williamson. W. Va., 235-1433. 

235-1400 
Hollar. Lanny W.. 102 Thorne Heights. Eminence. 845-4831, 

845-7851 
Holmes, Robert, 315' ■ Dawson Road, Princeton, 365-9797. 

365-5.505 
Holt. Terrell William. 645 Radcliffe Road, Lexington, 299- 

5812. 257-1931 
Hook. B. B,. Jr. 1704 Parklane. Murray. 753-2387. 753-6255 
Hook. Don. Rt. 1, Cunningham. 642-5631 
HoDkins. Harrv G.. Box 452. Elkhorn City. 754-8511 
Hord. Ronnie D.. Box 74. Campbellsville. 465-5871. 465-7771 
Horn. Everett. Jr.. Box 466. Inez. 298-3423. 298-3217 
Horsman. Bill. 2902 S. 5th Street. Louisville. 637-1201. 964- 

3301 !! 

Hoskins. Carl. 9007 Vondine Drive. LouisviUe. 964-8007 
Houk, Jackie. Rt. 1. Glendale, 769-1632, 765-4153 



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House, Phillip G.. 508 Southland Drive, Versailles, 873- 

4031, 233-2000, Ext. 3718 
Howard, Bruce L.. Tutor Kev, 789-8595, 789-4215 
Howard, James D., Box 197, Loyall, 573-4752, 573-1400, 

Ext. 269 
How^ard, Michael L., 4520 Janice Way, Louisville, 366-7857 
Hubbard, David, 951 Highland Avenue, Jackson, 666-7346, 

666-7181 
Hubbs. Sonnv, 6908 Peppermill, LouisviUe, 239-1771, 367- 

6175 
Huber, Jerrv, 2873 W. McMicken, Cincinnati, Ohio, 681- 

0897, 241-0102 
Hudnall. William E., 13 Woodmont Court, Paris, 987-1641, 

299-1000 
Hudson, Oscar. Box 32, Sassafras, 476-2567, 436-2141 
Hughes, Rufus, P. O. Box 282, Whitley City, 376-2979, 348- 

6831 
Huirie, Charles E., 1909 Benson, Bowling Green, 843-3730, 

843-1121 
Hummel, Thomas, 235 East 5th Street, Newport, 581-8888, 

793-1811 
Hunley, Neil P., 672 Main Street. West Liberty. 743-4311, 

743-4513 
Hunt, Leonard D., 424 Hollow Creek, Lexington, 299-4398, 

252-7233 
Hm-.ter, Charles, Box 443, Evarts, 837-2817, 837-2502 
Hurley, Robert, Box 244, WilUamson, W. Va. 
Hyatt, Robert L., Jr., Linden Drive, Lawrenceburg, 839- 

4436 839-4436 
Hvland,' Frank Dixon, P. O. Box 465, South Webster. Ohio, 

778-2401 
Hyman, Alan D., 2340 Brookside Drive, Louisville, 454- 

3119, 459-7600 
Hvre. Michael P., Jr., 8581 Shuman Lane, Cincinnati. 

Ohio, 522-5688. 241-7593 
Ingraham. Gary J., 9706 Lanesboro Way, Louisville, 425- 

5215. 897-2315 
Isaacs, Franklin. Waynesburg, 379-4403 
Isaacs, Gene I., 5812 Ai-vis Drive, LouisviUe, 447-3730. 

583-4451. Ext. 262 
Isaacs, John F., 288 Hightower Road, Lexington, 272-1120, 

233-2000. E.xt. 2845 
Jackson, Donald, Evarts. 837-2263, 837-2502 
Jackson, Robert H., P. O. Box 76, Hitchins, 474-9456 
James, David W., 400 West 4th. Central City. 754-5481. 

754-4541 
Jenkins, Beryl, 2326 S, 11th Street, Ironton, Ohio, 532- 

5215 532-3911 
Jenkins,' Jerry, Rt. 6, Cynthlana, 234-3350, 234-4393 
Jennings, Chase W., Jr„ 2722 Rogers Street, Covington, 

261-2253, 671-3505 
Jent, Richard L., 5873 Shadymist Lane, Cincinnati. Ohio, 

541-5494, 632-1294 
Johanson. Ralph G., 2423 LaRocheUe Road. Lexington. 

253-1266. 252-3416 
Johns. Jerry, Box 308. Somerset, 678-5610, 678-4721 
Johnson, Billv W., Box 35, Glendale, 854-2453, 863-7313 
Johnson, Hafrv B., 3024 Stanford, Lexington, 272-4738, 

272-1611 
Johnson, Jerrv L., 313 Kentucky Avenue, Georgetown, 

863-0333, 233-2000, Ext, 7062 
Johnson, Philho R., Box 295, Wayland, 886-6179, 358-2031 
Johnson, Walter, Box 145, Hitchins, 474-5908. 474-5721 
Johnson, Willis, Leon Road. Grayson. 474-5386 
Jones. Alexander, Jr., 3519 Navanac #3, LoulsvUle, 772- 

9089. 893-3641 
Jones. Carson G.. 713 N. Main Street, Evansville. Indiana. 

422-3069. 424-7741, Ext. 759 
Jones, Denver. 685 North Main, Hazard. 436-2666 
Jones, Frank, Rt. 5, Box 517, Manchester, 598-3952, 598-5712 
Jones, Thomas V., 606 Brown Road, MadisonviUe, 821- 

3684, 821-7611 
Jordan, Art. 526 Dalton Street, Owensboro, 683-6706 
Jordan, Larry E., Rt. 2, Box 326, Milton, W. Va. 
Jordan, Raymond A., Rt. 2, Box 361. Milton. W. Va 
Joseph, Jerry. Rt 1. Kirksey. 489-2154 

Judy. Joe. 117 Battle Grove, Cvnthiana, 234-1650, 234-4313 
Jump, Frank E.. 200 Ehzabeth Street, Bowling Green, 

842-8060, 843-4707 
Kammerdiener, Ronald, YMCA Rm #516, Louisville, 582- 

4787 (Bus.) 
Karres. Ronald R.. Box 2262, Huntington, W. Va, 
Kay, Thomas D., Rt. 3, Versailles, 873-3300, 255-1461 
Kazunas, Gerald Lee, 2025 Lauderdale Road, Louisville, 

454-5462, 426-2000, Ext. 277 
Keeling, Joe, 1944 Monroe, Paducah, 443-2653, 443-2174 
Keeling. Reuben, 3757 Ramona Drive, Paducah. 442-4190. 

443-4568 
Keeling, W. D.. Jr. 1317 Husbands Road, Paducah, 442- 

3858, 442-2157 
Keller, Terry Joe, 355 Bond Street, Covington, 261-9987, 

251-2203 
Kelly, Charles R., 4206 Greenwell Lane, LouisviUe. 447- 

2665, 584-1341, Ext. 204 
Kelsch. James R.. 8899 Balboa, Cincinnati, Ohio, 931-3902, 

243-3696 
Kennedy, James R.. 1629 Brittany Lane, Lexington, 255- 

2524, 873-5948 



Kennedy, Wayne, 383 N. Lee. Bowling Green. 842-9351, 

842-0361 
Kimble. Paul L.. 238 Mac Arthur, West Union. Ohio. 544- 

2962. 773-2691 
Kiramel. Jerry. Beechmont. 476-2656. 476-8375 
King, Gerald Wayne, P. O. Box 395. Pine Knot, 354-2707, 

569-8521 
King. James A.. 5000 Clarmar Road, Jeffersontown, 239- 

8015. 778-2791 
King. Raymond H.. 216 Blossom Lane. Southgate, 441- 

5309, 431-0064 
Kirk, Charles. Cumberland, 589-2086, 633-4422 
Klus, Richard P., 3412 Ferncroft Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

661-1793. 761-7600 
Knauer. Glen M.. 112 S, Sunset Circle, Hopkinsville. 886- 

5510, 886-9489 
Knight, Bill, 752 N. 36th Street, Paducah, 443-2775, 443-2775 
Knight, Rodnev B., 1402 Phelps Avenue, Hopkinsville, 

886-4644, 886-3311 
Kouns. Robert, Box 582, South Shore, 932-4540. 932-3323 
Kratzenberg. Richard, 2535 S. 8th, Ironton, Ohio, 532-0914, 

.532-2345 
Kuhl, Lawrence, Houser Lane, London, 864-6235. 864-4182 
Kull, Lynn A.. 594th Trans. Co., Ft. Campbell, 798-2011 

(Bus.) 
Lacer, Albert Ray, Box 51, SpottsvUle, 827-5068 
Lacer, Wayne, 3003 Palmer Circle, Henderson, 826-6951 
Lambert, R. E., "Bob", Wurtland, 836-5843, 836-9433 
Lancaster, Glenn, 1506 Porter Drive, Henderson, 826-4364, 

826-7600 
Landreth. Robert H., 211 Union Street. MaysviUe, 564-5041 
Lane, Leon, 1424 Berry Blvd., LouisviUe, 366-5157, 426-2000 
Lansdale, Jerry G., Rt. 1, Mt. Sterling. 498-0083. 498-2660 
Larkin, Arnold, Rt. 3, Eubank, 379-4633. 423-2698 
Laugherty. Kenneth Ray, 2100 Peabody Lane. Louisville 
Lawrence. Ernest E.. 3505 Olive Road. LouisvUle, 968-1990, 

452-4412 
Lawson, Rondell, Garrett, 358-3531 
Lawson, Timothy C, 807 Himtington Road, LouisvUle, 895- 

4920 
Layne, Bert, Manton, 358-3111 
Leber, Jerry L., 2269 Alexandria, Lexington, 278-6931, 

277-5122 
Lee, Reggie, White Plains, 258-5440 
Lefevers, Colman J., Kettle Island, 337-3808 
Lehkamp, Kenneth, 41 Dale Avenue, Ft. Thomas, 441- 

1475, 635-2191 
Leigh, Eugene F., 506 17th Street, Corbin, 528-1501, 528- 

1212, Ext. 35 
Lemons, David, 101 Sherwood Drive, Huntington, W. Va. 
Letcher, Ronnie, R. R. 2, Carlisle, 289-5573, 289-2208 
Lew, Arthur E., Box 74A, Mted Rt. 2. WiUiamson, W. Va., 

237-1171. 237-1010 
Lewis. BiU, Cromona, 855-7805 
Lewis, Kenny, Rt. 1, Cecilia. 862-3327 
Lightfoot, Terry. 546 Dayton Pike. Dayton, 781-3163, 261- 

2980 
Lillie, William Westlv, 3018 TaylorsvIUe Road, LouisviUe, 

451-0562, 582-2658 
Lir.denberger, John B., 7515 Elnora Avenue, LouisviUe. 

937-5214 
Linder, Ricky, East View, 862-4625 
Linette, James M., 1601 Newburg Road, Louisville. 451- 

2894, 944-6481, Ext. 41 
Littlepage, Pryce, 610 Oak Street, MadisonviUe, 821-1642 
Livers, Joseph L., Jr., Rt. 1, Lebanon 

Lloyd, David L., 615 Elm Street, Ludlow, 581-1119, 441-7100 
Lockard, Lando, 88 Roselawn Drive. Independence. 356-7851 
Loeser. Alan J.. 3824 Chatham Road, LouisviUe, 451-9084. 

587-1121. Ext. 450 
Logan, C. Douglas, Box 684, BarbourvUle, 546-4883 
Logan, Michael, Box 693, South Shore, 354-7551 (Bus.) 
Loney, Earl, P. O. Box 114, South CarroUton, 754-2729 
Long. Morgan. Star Route #420, Nancy. 679-1490, 679-1117 
Long, Robert Francis, 664 Lombardy Drive, Lexington, 

299-7220. 252-2626 
Lovell, Monty Joe, 201 New Broadway. Richmond. 623- 

3269. 023-4959 
Lowe. Gene T., Rt. 6, Box 28, London, 864-5724. 864-2207 
Luebbers, Leonard A., 1147 Woody Lane, Cincinnati. Ohio. 

451-2271, 921-6430 
Lusbv, George, 615 Pueblo TraU, Georgetowm. 863-1440. 

863-1170 
Lusco. Eugene. 5713 Robinwood Road, LKJUlsville. 969-9878. 

587-1121. Ext. 39C 
Lusk, Eugene C, Jr., 5385 Pea Ridge Road. Huntington, 

W. Va. 
Lyons. Ronald G.. 1224 7th Street. Huntington. W. Va., 

.522-1578. 324-4141 
McCargo, Frank J.. 1713 E. 9th Street. Hopkinsville. 886- 

1948. 886-8176 
McCarley. John W.. Rt. #2. Olmstead, 734-8393. 734-4621 
McCarty. John Nelson. Ashcamp. 754-5745 
McCawley, Jack D., 4921 Llla Avenue. LoiUsvllle. 935-3635 
McCormick. Roy. Box 303. Aberdeen, Ohio. 795-2441. 564- 

5285 
McCowan. Connell. R. 1. Box 253. Corbin, 528-4932 



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McCoy. Wendell. WTieelwright 

McDonald, Buddy. 521 Southland Drive. Versailles. 873- 

5134. 266-1167 
McDonald. Walter D.. R. R. i;7, Marion. 965-3447. 965-2248 
McEldred. Charles G.. Box 418. Lexington. 233-0527 (Bus.) 
McGehee. Gordon 733 Forest Lane. Covington. 261-6880. 

441-SOBl 
McGinty, L. V.. Jr.. 3938 Sunset Avenue. Paducah. 442- 

8080. l-!2-a050 
McGlasson. Galen. 212 North Bend Road. Hebron. 689-7330. 

689-7342 

McGlothlin, Leonard. 1237 Gilbert Lane. Owensboro. 683- 

5242. 684-fi211 
McKenzie, Dwieht Elwood. 28341- Frankie- Ashland, 325- 

7081. 324-2136. Ext. 44 
McKenzie. Robert. 1809 Chestnut. Kenova. W. Virginia. 

4.5.''-3631. 523-7641 
McKini-.ey. Adelle. Radcliff. 351-5299 
McLane- Albert 1.. Rt. 5. Maple Lane. Elizabethtown. 

765-7391. 862-3924 
McLean. Gordon. Whitesburg. 633-7595 

McLeod. Robert, Myrtlewood, Somerset, 678-5536 678-8766 
McLm, Wilmur, Pine Knot CCC. Pine Knot. 354-2482 

3.34 2176. Ext. 05 
McMenama. John H.. 717 Lancaster Court. Georgetown 

863-3927. 252-3665 
McNeill, Barney. Route 2. Boaz. 856-3420 
McPherson. Rav A.. 355 Marmil Circle. Ft. Mitchell 341- 

4943 

McPike. Ray S., Jr. 407 Theatre Bldg.. Louisville. 451- 

.3832. .385-28.32 
McQueary. Rollin. 315 Grant. Campbellsville. 463-3457 

465-5G91 
Madon. Robert Lee. 314 Catalpa Street. Pineville. 337-2135. 

337-2100 
:\Ianc. Berry W., Jr.. 1624 Woodburn. Covington. 261-9932 

032-8441 
Marcum. Bruce. 1037 W. 6th Street. iJ2. Huntington. W. 

Virginia. 522-3669. 523-1974 
Mnrkham, James R . 305 Soring Street, Louisville 
M=irlette. Ted. 133 Lvons Drive, Frankfort, 227-6784 
Marsh, John R., 620 Highland Avenue. Covington. 491- 

5453. 581-1322 
Martin. Billy. Main Street, Sharpsburg, 247-2681 247-2421 
Martin, Charlie, Box 206. Sharosburg. 247-2141 
Martin, Dennis W.. McKinnev. 346-5376 
Martin. Harold E.. 267 Loudon Avenue, Lexington 254- 

0489, 254-3816 
Martin, James T., McKee. 287-7947 
Martin, Wilfred R., Southern Drive, Williamstown, 824- 

4587, 371-2470 
Massie, David A., fil8 Ninth Street. Kenova. W. Virginia 
Massie. Stephen M.. 10708 Milwaukee Wav, Valley Station 

937-4405. 937-4405 
Mathes, William B., 3825 W. Market Street. Louisville 

772-3310. 776-4685 
Mathis, David. 1800 S. 2nd Street, Louisville. 635-2473 582- 

5170 
Mathis, Mike. 8447 Foxcroft Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 522- 

9010, 562-6650 
Mattingly, Bernard, P, O. Box 57, Hardinsburg, 756-5671 
Mattmsly. Cecil N.. Star Rt.. Box 12. Shepherdsville. 543- 

4266. 543-70.54 
Mattingly. Robert Allen. 1120 S. Green. Henderson. 826- 

6048, 826-6048 
May, E. B., Jr., Box 185, Prestonsburg, 886-3414, 886-8661 
Mav. Eddie. Oakwood Estates. Stanford. 365-9135. 365-2138 
May. Larry. 39 W. 2nd Avenue, Williamson, W Virginia 

235-2393, 235-1400, Ext, 67 
May. William. Box 15. Friendship. Ohio. 858-5210 932-3131 
Maynard. James Howard. Box 292. Inez. 298-3848 783-3154 
Maynard. James L.. Victoria Court. Apt. 47. Williamson 

W. Virginia. 235-3235. 237-1010. Ext 243 
Maynard. Ken. Box 16. Lenore. W. Virginia 
Maynard. William D.. 651 Indian Branch Road. Kenova 

W. Virginia. 429-1660. 525-7641. Ext. 272 
Meadors. WilUam J.. 1529 State Street. Bowling Green 

745-3786. 745-3348 
Melear. Leland. 7306 Supremus Drive. Louisville 935-3654 

452-4048 
Melton. Gary M.. 318 Harvey Street. Columbia. 384-3192 
Melmige. James. Jr. Box 2117, Williamson, W. Virginia 
Melton. Robert. HOfi Young Street. Henderson. 827-9945 

827-1838 
Meredith, Denny E., Jr., 5530 Indian Oak Circle. Louisville. 

968-1793. 361-1319 
Meredith. Wilmoth J.. 5815 Noah Drive. Louisville. 447- 

0449 

Meyer. Raymond F.. 3142 Rosina Avenue. Covington. 261- 

3272. 341-9309 
Middleton. Johnny. 209 Leimaur Drive. Richmond. 623-1682 
Midkiff. James L.. P. O. Box 143. Fordsville. 276-5143 

748-5140 
Milak. Joseph R.. 1219 Pierce-Ford Tower. Bowling Green 

748-4151, 745-3348 
Milbern, Daniel Lee. 1049 Patricia Lane. Lexington. 255- 

5438. 233-2000. Ext. 2143 
Milby. Gordon E,, 5316 Matter Horn Drive. Louisville. 

447-5936, 935-5464 



Miles. Francis. 2812 Oregon Avenue. Louisville, 776-7089. 

776-2473 
Miller. Bob. 197 Hohday Lane, Ft. Thomas. 441-5885. 635- 

2192 
Miller. Ferrell. Route 1. Box 169. Murrav. 435-3271. 435-5271 
Miller. Harold P.. 103 E. 24th Street. Benton. 527-8749. 

395-7121. E.xt. 2232 
Miller. James S,, 6809 Taffy Ann Drive. Louisville. 969- 

5935. 587-1361 
Miller. Jerry. 2816 Goose Creek Road. Louisville. 426-2192. 

426-2000 
Miller. Victor Leon. 311 Sixth Street. Ravenna. 723-5488. 

723-3836 
Miller, William J., 292 Highland Pkwv., Frankfort, 223- 

5357 
Mink. Cecil. R. R. ;:t5 Milton Avenue. EUzabethtown. 765- 

4256. 765-6146 
Mitchell. Merrill. Kv. Christian College. Gravson. 474-4038 
Moberlv. Harold F.. 614 Cecil Wav, Lexington. 277-3214. 

277-3214 
Monahan. Ed. 6629 Plantation Wav. Cincinnati. Ohio. 521- 

6582. 681-8300 
Monev. John. 626 Cherry Hill Park. Williamstown. 823- 

7531. 824-443.-? 
Monks. Ronald E.. 6714 Cindy Drive. Louisville. 937-6222 
Montgomerv, Chester, 901 South Elm. Henderson. 826- 

7845. 826-7845 
Moonevhan. James H.. 810 Henrv Street. Franklin. 586- 

4989. 586-3201 
Moore. Donald. Box 96. Calvert City. 395-4661. 395-4030 
Moore. Franklin (Bud). 5351 Whitmore Drive. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 922-8317. 621-8770 
Moore. Marvin. Rieeville =5. Morehead. 784-6467. 784-5792 
Moore. Richie. R. -1. Box 79. Poseyville. Indiana. 673-4401. 

874-2241 
Moore. Robert. 441 Forest Avenue. Erlanger. 341-6837. 563- 

1100 
Moreland. Donald J.. 11 Lewis Street. Huntington. W. Va. 
Moiaan. Earl M., 3GO0 Kings Highway. Louisville. 451-0171 
Morgan. Richard. Rt. 6, Box 64, London, 864-6511. 864-6240 
Morrell, Louie Edwin, 2639 Kings Highway. Louisville. 

154-0437. 389-4320. Ext 280 
Morrison Daniel G.. 707 State Street. Bowling Green. 843- 

9633, 842-0800 
Morrow. Clarence E.. 311 Herron Avenue. Henderson. 

827-9589. 826-9302 
Morse. Richard K.. 163 N. Deepwood Drive. Radcliff. 351- 

3748. 025-4454 
Moser. Rudy C. Box 81. Corydon. 533-7491 
Mounts. David G.. 217 Marlene Drive. Evansville. Indiana. 

423-6930. 423-7832 
Mueller. Jack R.. 4200 Leo Lane, Jeffersontown. 267-1459. 

636-1381 
Mullannix. Walter W.. 3521 Rocky Hill Terrace. Lexington. 

272-5153. 233-2000. Ext. 2395 
MuUins, Lloyd G., Jr.. Box 358. Whitesburg. 633-5015. 633- 

2221 
MuUins. Ronnie. 5th Street. Elkhorn City. 754-8969 
Murphy. Michael P.. 1351 Trinity Park Drive. Louisville. 

363-9098. 458-1165 
:\lurt. Gene T.. 1106 Yarboro Lane. Paducah. 443-7950 
Nelson. Clarence Robert. 2911 Asburv Place. Owensboro. 

683-0816. 295-3431. Ext. 343 
Newcomb. Bobbv J.. Campbellsville 

Newsome. William. Jr.. Rt. Jr2. Grethel. 587-2385. 478-2235 
Newton. Danny LjTin. P. O. Box 64, Bagdad, 747-8450, 

349-9045 
Newton. John J.. 510 E. Mt. Vernon. Somerset. 679-2904. 

679-4311. Ext, 27 
Nicholls, Lewis D.. 1213 E. Main Street. Greenup. 473-4281 
Nichols. Billy Joe. 313 E, 6th Street, Russellville, 726-7330 
Noel, John (Petel, 31 E. 43rd Street. Covington. 291-7739. 

231-6685 
Norwood. Thomas R., 811 Henry Street, Franklin. 586- 

3614. 586-3541 
O'Banion. Raj-mond A,, 3731 Kahlert Avenue, Louisville. 

363-2996. 363-2996 
O'Connell. Jim. 108 Mound. Miltord. Ohio 831-0744. 831-6570 
Omer. Harold G,, 150 N. Crestmoor. Louisville. 896-4170. 

778-1659 
Omer. William Keith. Route 1. Clay. 333-2529. 333-4008 
O'Nan. Norman. Rt. ::;1. Henderson, 827-3968. 826-9578 
O'Quinn. Danny, Garrett. 358-4897 

Orem. Dale L.. 409 Chippewa Drive. Jeffersonville, Indi- 
ana. 283-8225, 636-4151 
Osborne, Happv, 791 Mildred, Versailles. 873-3707. 873-4889 
Osting, Lawrence J., 1221 Bates Court, Louisville, 431-2070 
Overbv. Jerrv. Rt. 6. Murrav, 436-2454, 753,-1250 
Overton, Frank. Jr.. Box 36. Four Mile. 337-2026. 337-2435 
Owens. Bruce E.. Box 917. Harlan. 573-1686. 373-1661 
Pace. Donald W.. 2023 Deauville Dirve. Lexington. 252-- 

6535. 255-0398 
Pack. James Ronald. 1243 Stafford Avenue. Paintsville. 

789-1435. 789-5273 
Padgett. R. K.. 112 Richardson Drive. Somerset. 678-5485. 

678-4141 
Page. James N.. P. O, Box 64, Pineville, 337-6420. 337-3631 
Palko, Edward T.. 302 Noel, Frankfort, 875-4018. 227-7341 



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Pardue. Israel L., Sr.. Rt. 2 Box 482F. New Albany. Indi- 
ana, 944-0279, 774-6431 
Park, J. M.. P. O. Box 299, Paducah, 898-2785 
Parsons, Kenneth E., Loyall. 573-4258, 589-4625 
Patterson, BUI E,, Route :2l. Box 244, Madisonvillc, 821- 

1359. 821-6833 
Patterson. Joe C. 737 Cloverdale Drive, Harrodsburg. 

734-2119 
Patton. Charles. 545 S. Lafavette Street. Beaver Dam, 

274-4412 
Paxton, Garv R., 2485 Versailles Road. Lexington. 252-0570. 

252-0570 " 
Payne. Gayle, Bethlehem. 878-5980 
Pearl. George W., Jr., 3112 Vogue Avenue, Louisville, 452- 

1288, 582-5203 
Pedieo, Albert M.. 317 E, So, Side Court. Louisville, 363- 

1283. 459-5500. Ext. 247 
Peeler. Charles A,. Rt, ill. Dexter, 753-2304. 753-3540 
Pelphrcy. Joe. Box 217, Allen. 874-2241. 285-3682 
Pelfrey. WUliam Edward, Jr., Lock Road. Butler. 372-2403 
Pence. W'm. Jerrv. 174 Virginia, Bowling Green. 842-5274. 

842-0089 
Penner. Merritt D,, Jr„ Rt. 5, Box 392. Manchester, 598- 

3711 
Perkins. Ronnie, Upton, 373-5051 

Perry. James E., Rt, 6, Paducah. 554-2945. 444-7251. Ext. 32 
Peyton. William C. West 1st Street. Hardmsburg, 756-5262 
Phelps. Ralph iRudv). P. O. Box 84, Ashland, 836-3670, 

325-8511, Ext. 724 
Phillippi, Jact, 3817 Feather Lane, Elsmere, 341-0162. 

331-0080 
Phillips. Roy. 7613 Mackie Lane. Louisville. 361-8319. 361- 

7181. Ext. 253 
Phillips. Thomas M,. Route 2. Box 474, Pikeville, 639-4152, 

432-3380 
Phipps, James M., P. O. Box 285. Heidrick. 546-6344. 546- 

4185. 
Pietrowski. Paul. 108 Bishop. Corbin. 528-6391. 528-1630 
Plummer. George M.. Box 125. Vanceburg. 796-2903 
Poe. Thomas E. (Buddie). Calvert City. 395-7595, 942-2112 
Points, David S., 614 Seminary. Carrollton. 732-4461. 732- 

5215 
Pope. Roy. Rt. 5. Box 179. London. 864-4039. 864-6240 
Poppas. Nicholas Von. 1996 Republic Drive. Davton. 277- 

2773 
Powers. Clark. 203 Houston Avenue. Paris. 987-6328. 624- 

3641 

Powers. Elmer. 1017 N. Main. Barbourville, 546-6613. 864- 

2701 
Powers. Ted T.. 738 N. Barbee Way, Louisville. 635-7262 
Prater. Billie J.. Box 115, Rt. 3. Ashland, 928-8631. 324- 

3171. Ext, Warehouse 
Preece, John C, Box 355. Kermit. W. Virginia, 393-3251 
Price. Don M,. R. R. i:3. Box 386. Newburgh, Indiana, 

853-5885, 477-8944 
Primm, James T.. 137 N. McPherson. Hopkinsville. 886- 

8445. 886-2233 
Prince. Billie Welton. R. R. 1. Clinton. 01-3-4167 
Piyor. Charles Wm.. 39.39 Applewood Drive. Cincmnati. 

Ohio. 791-0073 

Quehl. Bud. 9 Country Club Lane. Princeton. 365-2238, 
365-2620 

Racke. Jerry W., Ill Orchard Lane, Alexandria. 635-2446, 

635-2191 
Radjunas, Ed., 205 N. Arnold Avenue. Prestonsburg. 886- 

2962. 886-2252 
Raines. Charles. 1134 Sixth Street. Huntington. W. Virginia 
Rains. Richard, Dr., 943 Spring Street, Covington. 291-7631, 

291-76.30 
Ramey. Gary G.. Route 1. Morehead. 784-6515 
Ramey. Herb. Farmers. 784-4724. 784-5792 
Ramey. Ken. 7 Dortha Avenue. Florence. 371-8471 
Rathff. Johnny. Paintsville, 789-8551. 886-6466 
Ray. Frank D.. 3950 Green Valley Road, Huntington, W. 

Virginia 
Redle. Joel E., r;o03 Applegate Lane, Louisville, 969-7276. 

452-4902 

Redman. Carl J.. R. R. 4, Mt. Vernon, Indiana, 838-4632, 

a38-446R 
Redman, Melvin P,, R. R, 3, Mt. Vernon. Indiana. 783-2276. 

838-3791 
Reed. Charles R.. 102 Elizabeth Street. Versailles. 873- 

4213. 252-1122 
Recs. Gayle H.. 182J Dalna Drive Lexington, 299-7316, 293- 

3639 
Reeser. Gene. 1103 Main. West Point, 922-4110 
Reihing. Dan F.. Box 582. ShepherdsviUe. 543-2633, 543-2633 
Reinhardt, Myron S., Box 248, Rt. tt2. Alexandria, 6.35-5724, 

635-9113 
Reliford, Paul C., 805 Chippewa, Ashland, 325-7457 
Reiile. Ronald W.. Box 113. Crestwood 241-9368, 222-9461 
Rexroat, Jerry L 7424 Jamiaica Drive. Louisville, 935- 

2116, 447-3221 
Ru.\ nolds, Thomas K.. 4005 Blackburn Avenue, Ashland, 

324-9986. 325-2610 
Rhodes, Cecil, Box 291, Barbourville, 546-4777 



Rice. William L.. 3011 Jefierson Avenue, Evansville, Indi- 
ana. 477-3676, 425-4309 
Rich, Dennis W.. 7501 Carol Lane, «:2, Florence, 283-1812, 

331-0670 
Richeson. King, Midway Jr. College. Midway, 846-4040. 

846-4421 
Ricketts. Donald R., 325 Audubon Drive, Mt. Vernon, Indi- 
ana, 838-5206 
Digcs, Flovd L.. R. R. :i8. Box 400, Evansville. Indiana, 

867-3090. 425-,3346 
Riley. Kenneth W.. McKee. 287-7955 

Rinehart. Donald M., R R. ~1. Campbellsville, 465-3119 
Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkway, Lexington, 299-7089. 

255-8492 
Rister. Edgar L.. Box 213. Garrett, 358-4428 
Ritter. Goebel. 415 Cornelia Avenue. Whitesburg, 633-7164, 

633-4455 
Roark, Forrest G.. 305 Pin Oak. Richmond, 623-2702, 293- 

3432 
Roberts. Jerrv. 105 Regio Court. Frankfort, 875-4635, 223- 

1658 
Roberts. Jolin Eissell. Jr., 1215 Quest Drive, Apt. #1, Louis- 
ville. 969-0529. 589-3920 
Robinson. D. Blake. Kentucky Avenue. Pikeville, 437-6021, 

432-3161 
Robinson, Don L.. 2012 Poplar, Kenova. W. Virginia. 453- 

3860. 529-7191 
Robinson. Larry Gene. Buckingham Avenue, West Van 

Lear. 789-8332 
Robinson. Harvey Lewis, Box 171, Pikeville, 432-3927. 

437-4038 
Robinson, Ted. 2612 Lincoln Avenue. Ashland. 324-8843 
Rodgers. H. Tom. 327 N. Scott, Madisonville, 821-7312, 

274-3325 
Roe. Doyle (Buddy). Jr.. Isom. 633-2973. 633-2961 
Roeckers. Bernie W.. 2738 Caledon Lane, Cincinnati, 

Ohio, 231-2603, 831-2990 
Roesel, Joseph, 429 Pickett Drive, Lookout Heights, 331- 

1880, 581-1322 
Rogers, Eldridge, 310 Talbert, Hopkinsville, 885-5571. 

886-3921 
Rogers, Howard D.. 17 Maryland Avenue, Winchester, 

744-1785, 293-3040 
Roller, Otis C, 808 Chamberry Drive. Louisville, 395- 

6356, 587-1121, Ext. 396 
Rose. Ronald, 731 Hopeful Road, FJorence, 283-1647, 371- 

8656 
Rosen, William H.. Box 2197. Williamson, W. Virginia, 

237-1092. 235-1995 
Ross. A. Jackie. Paintsville. 789-3478 
Ross, Harold L., Box 344, Elkton, 265-2493, 265-2506 
Rouse, Donald J., Jr.. Box 714. Williamson, W. Virginia 
Rowe, Harry Robert. II. 315 Cherokee Trail. Huntington. 

W. Virginia 
Russman. Godfrey F.. Jr., 1041 Goss Avenue, Louisville, 

969-2175. 635-7426 
Rutledge. Kenneth. 1053 Win Burn Drive. Lexington, 

299-5698. 252-6882 

Sagers, Robert M.. 494 Morrvue Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

922-8230 721-5240 Ext 33 
St. Clair. Robert L,,' 4306' Leaf Drive, Louisville, 361-2493, 

366-0326 
Salyer. Henry E.. 5602 Spicewood Lane, Louisville, 969- 

6371, 634-1531, Ext. 60 
Sams, Glenn. Miller's Village, Auburn. 542-6139. 843- 

1183 
Sandusky. Jerrv. R, i:l. Liberty. 787-7742. 787-7484 
Sayle, Eddie K.. 915 Grant Street, Sturgis. 333-2806, 

389-2419 Ext 220 
Saylors, Carlee, ' Rt. 6, Murray, 753-7979, 924-5602 
Scent. James Albert. 250 Cumberland Avenue, Bar- 
bourville. 546-4380. 546-3175 
Schad. Jim. 816 Yorkhaven Road. Springdale, Ohio, 

825-3343 771-2273 
Schell. Jerrv C 820 Malabu Drive. Lexington, 277- 

3737 (Bus.) 
Schell. William Patrick, 7905 Gable Road, Louisville. 

968-1552, 426-2000 
Schleicher, Richard L., Rt. #2, Borden. Indiana, 246- 

3232, 582-5622 
Schmidt, Thomas C, Sr., 6710 Bahama Lane. Louisville, 

969-7780, 582-5521 
Schneider, Donald. 5697 Biscayne, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

574-2898. 421-1800. Ext. 611 
Schreiber. Paul J.. 5948 Oak Apple Drive. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. .574-2860. 671-7232 
Scott. Travis Paul. Route 1, Columbia, 384-4811, 384-2933 
Scott. W. L. (Billl. 1816 McDonald Road, Lexington, 

278-2844. 254-1313 
Scott. Willie L.. 217 Showalter Drive, Georgetown, 863- 

3767, 863-3,321 
Si-ais. Wilson. 445 Trailridge. Brandenburg. 422-2805. 

423-3214 
Seavers, Joe, 2517 Ann Street, Ludlow, 341-0213, 291- 

8925 
Seibert, Billv Ray, 202 Munn, Dawson Springs, 797- 

2488, 797 2488 
Selvy, Curt, 103 Steele, Corbin, 528-4677 
Sesher, James. 7091 Manderlay Drive. Florence. 371- 

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Sharp, Robert J.. 2909 Jessup. Cincinnati, 681-2110. 

Sharp. Ronnie E., 140 Chasteen. Middlesboro, 248-3916 

Shell. Ray Mac. Route 6. Mayfield, 247-3283. 762-6184 

Shelton, Randall, Whitlev City, 376-2154 

Shewmaker, Treffert. 105 N. 3rd Street, Nicholasville, 
885-5893. 885-4711 

Shewmaker, Wayne. 206 W. Meadow Drive, Clarks- 
viUe. Tennessee. 647-7351 

Shirkev, George. Bo.x 251, Culloden. W. Virginia 

Shontee. Raymond T.. 2204 Wmgfield Court, Louis- 
ville. 772-2031. 776-9365 

Shope, Lowell M., P. O. Box 266. South Webster. Ohio. 
778-2425. 259-2356 

Showaller. John W.. 116 Military. Georgetown 

Shuck. Thomas G.. 2073 Williamsburg, Lexington. 277-8780. 

299-6286 
Shumaker. Thurman E., Rt. i;2, Princeton, 365-9479, 762- 

6151 
Sims, Frank D., 5400 Billtown Road. Jeffersonlown. 239- 

7366. 634-1531. Ext. 373 
Singer. Tonv, R. 2. Ceciha. 862-4358. 769-2311 
Singleton. Bobby L., 5711 Omega. Louisville. 937-4212 
Singleton, Jerrv L.. Rockport. 274-4716 
Sizemore. Aster, 29 Sunvallev Terrace, Hazard, 436-3402, 

436-2107 
Skaggs, Eobbv L., Rt. ::r4. Box 335. Russell Springs, 866- 

6304 

Skidmore. Richard, Route 1. Kings Mountain. 365-2790 
Slone, Martin. Robinson Creek. 639-2009 (Bus.) 
Smallwood. Talmadge. Stanton. 663-2096 
Smith, Benny, RR -3, Box 5, Manchester, 598-2461 
Smith, Gary U.. 107 St. Mary's. Waverlv. Ohio. 947-4627. 

947-2153 
Smith. James H.. Rt. 1. Box 437, South Shore, 932-4497 
Smith, Robert L.. Rt. 1, Rolling Hills, Somerset, 679-2370, 

679-1441 
Smith, Ronald K., 1626 Catalpa, Louisville, 772-9647, 637- 

3045 
Smith, Roy M., Ned, 666-7775 iBus.) 

Smith. Thomas W.. 2915 Sheldon Road. Louisville, 458-3934. 

583-4871 
Smith. Virginia Lee. Rt. 1. Box 233A. Baxter. 573-2438 
Smith. Wayne N.. 313 Beechwood Drive. Campbellsvillc. 

465-5268. 384-2751 
Smith, Willard N.. P. O. Box 23. Campbellsville. 465-5330. 

465-4174 
Smith. WiUiam E.. 4122 St. John's Terrace. Cincinnati. 

Ohio, 791-3082, 853-3491 
Smith, Winfred Clark, R. R. 1, Box 430. Hazard. 436-6765. 

436-5297 

Smithson. Richard A.. 821 Palatka Road. Louisville. :<i\i- 

2853 
Snelling. Kenny. 823 Brawner Street, Frankfort, 227-6081. 

254-6666 
Snow. James A.. R. R. 1. Williamstown. 824-4292. 371- 

0070 
Snow. Robert W.. R. R. -2. Williamstown, 824-4940, 371- 

1221 
Soper, Clyde B.. Box 111. Millersburg, 484-3487. 293-3969 
Spalding. William Harrv. 8514 Brockton Lane, Louisville, 

451-1762, 452-3732 
Spear, James E.. 620 Pollard Road. Apt. 5. Ashland, 324- 

4910, 325-3349 
Spencer, Irv, Old State Road, Brandenburg, 422-3294, 

937-2300 
Spiceland, S. E.. 305 So. 13th Street, Murray, 753-2811, 

753-9090 

Spicer, David, 127 Morehead Street, Central Citv, 754- 

1379 
Spivey, Ronald Lee, 118 Baughman Avenue, Danville, 

236-6144, 236-6144 
Spoonamore, Jim, 111 Pettus Court, Stanford, 365-2348, 

233-2000, Ext. 2162 
Spurlin, Gaylan, Rt. = 1. Greenville, 338-3255, 338-3255 
Spurlock, Danny, 208 Old Morgantown Road, Bowling 

Green, 781-4690, 622-4334 
Stacy, Donnie R., Rt. 4, Box 27. Blue Diamond, 436-6209 

Staley. Thomas A.. 247 Glenwood Avenue. Ludlow. 261- 

5817 
Stanley. James H., 105 Chcrrv Street, Pineville, 337-3900, 

337-2510 
Staples, Jerry D,, RR .:rl. Box 203, Henderson, 827-3633, 

826-9040 
Stark, Douglas O., Bedford, 255-4473, 265-4719 
Starks, James, Mortons Gap, 258-5342 

Staten, Gordon L.. Jr., 902 Shelby Street, Falmouth, 654- 

8660, 654-3316 
Steely, Robert W., 1102 S. Second, Louisville 
Stephens, Herbert D., 133 First Street, W, Ceredo, W. 

Virginia 
Stephens. P. R.. 501 Lee Street. Ashland. 324-5912 
Stephens, Robert G., 100 E. Leeswav. Lexington. 254-4793 
Stephenson. Harry S.. 1612 Hawthorne Lane, Lexington, 

299-1757, 233-8310 



Stethen, James E., Box 134, Bedford, 255-3285 

Stevens. James L., 142 E. Noel. Madison\-ille. 821-0245. 821- 

.5876 
Stewart. Bobby L.. 711 Garland. Louisville. 587-1089 
Stilt. Maurice E., 2105 Glenworth Avenue, Louisville. 454- 

7808. .585-2995 
Stikeleather. Clyde L,. 730 School Street, Leitchficld, 259- 

3885, 259-3161 
Stoess, Henry L., 314 Kavanaugh Road. Crestwood. 241- 

4196. 459-6700 
Stokes. Robert K.. 2725 Hillview Drive. New Albany. In- 
diana. 945-9014. 637-0411 
Stone. Sidnev P.. 318 E. Waller. Morganfield. 389-3962. 

389-1531 
Stoup. Robert D.. 776 Washington Avenue. Flatwoods. 836- 

8423. 325-8511. Ext. 309 
Strain. Richard. P. O. 472. Radcliff. 351-4306, 624-2214 
Strange, Wandal, Box 125, Williamstown, 823-8261, 824-5771 
Straus, William Winters, 212 Culpepper, Lexington, 266- 

6349 
Streible, Ronnie D., 306 Chervl Avenue, Vine Grove, 877- 

5891, 935-1345 
Streicher. Richard A.. 3249 Ellis Wav. Louisville. 458-5254. 

587-1274 
Strickland, Herbert C. 105 Friar Drive, Clarksville, Ten- 
nessee. 647-7477. 798-4017 
Strong. Arnett. 116 Kentucky Boulevard. Hazard. 436-3938. 

436-2141 
Strons. Charles E., 4597 Orange Drive, Louisville, 964- 

.3698. 587-1)21. Ext. 522 
Stuedle. Rav. 1404 Girard Drive. Louisville, 425-3679, 893- 

3a52 
Sullivan, Dan L., 309 Hazelwood, Covington, 331-7037, 

261-8211 
Swarts. Joseph, 135 Lane Street, Coal Grove, Ohio, 532- 

9349 
Swope, Tom. .303 Dayton Pike. Dayton. 441-6285 
Swope. William W.. 969 St. Martin Avenue. Lexington. 

255-1663, 293-3140 

Tackett. Paul Bennett. Box 96. Canada 

Tapscott. Ozzie. 2316 Seneca Lane. Paducah. 554-2606 

Taylor. Aubrev G.. Meta. 4,32-3354 

Taylor. Dan C Jr.. Letcher. 633-2524 (Bus.) 

Ta^ lor. Donald D.. 1594 Belmar Drive. Louisville. 454-0979. 

637-6511. Ext. 34 
Tavlor. Edwin I... 435 N. 41st. Louisville, 772-0126, 584-6311 
Ta^lor, Jim. 8304 Glaser Lane, Fern Creek, 239-8785, 587- 

1121, Ext. 265 
Tavlor, John O., 803 East Drive, Danville, 236-3915, 236-3181 
Thomas, Billv, 2.333 Quinn Drive, Louisville. 448-1463. 366- 

9561. Ext. 448 
Thomas, Frank M.. 629 • So. 44th Street. Louisville. 

774-2624 
Thoma = . Leo A.. Bo.-- 117, Aberdeen, Ohio, 795-2495, 564-5541 
Thomas, Phillip D.. Route =5. Winchester. 744-3801. 744- 

9018 
Thomas. Vincent K.. 803 Bank Street. Maysville 
Thomoson. Jack. 2347 Saratoga Drive, Louisville, 452-9255, 

454-4585 
Thomoson, Ken, 4201 Pine Street, New Boston, Ohio, 456- 

4032, 456-4626 
Thompson. Ronnie. Zebulon. 432-1942 
Thompson. Thomas A., 3435 Greentree Road. Lexington, 

272-1025, 564-6727 
Thompson, Tliomas D.. 97 Carran Drive. Ft. Mitchell, 341- 

1809. 581-1322, Ext. 211 
Tinslev. Marion F.. Box 447. Central Citv. 754-3608. 754- 

4870 
Towler. Stephen W.. Rt. -2, Box 467, Ashland, 928-9944. 

836-8112 
Towsend. Kenneth, Hospital Road, Dawson Springs, 797- 

2473, 797-2473 
Tov, Donnv. 126 LakePoint Drive, Flemingsburg. 849-2273, 

845-2551. Ext. 241 
Tranp. Charles W.. 34 Trapp Court. Alexandria. 635-9250. 

564-3750 
Traiip. Ra\nnond, 3512 Debbie Lane, Evansville, Indiana, 

476-5843, 423-8408 
Trimer, Norman E.. 1927 Taffeta Drive. Valley Station. 

937-4452. 896-9330 
Troutman. Doyle. Box 304. Harlan. 573-1349. 837-2502 
Turner, Alfred Douglas. Slone's Trailer Park. Jackson 
Turner. Lonnie. Campbellsville. 465-6477 
Turnin. Donald W.. 3491 Greentree, Lexington, 272-2310, 

2.55-2312 
Turpin, Ronald D.. 1220 Gainesway. Lexington. 272-3707. 

255-2312. Ext. 549 
Tuttle. Quinton L.. Rt, 3. Box 494. Pikeville. 432-3392 

Urlage. Richard. 822 Highland Avenue. Ft. Thomas. 441- 
,5513. 471-8120 

VanMeter. Charles, Jr 4112 S 2na Street Louisville, 

463-4255 
Vanuver. J, W.. Jackhoni. 855-4431, 633-2168 
Vanover. Wllev G.. Jackhorn. 855-2441. 669-6194 
VanZant, Jim, Box 602, Williamson, W. Va., 235-1443, 235- 

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Varner. Ray G.. 737 Kingston Road. Lexington. 299-4145. 

293-3823 
V'aughn. Ronald B.. 1139 Oxford Square. Evansville. Indi- 
ana. 422-1070. 425-4331 
Vermillion. C. D.. 112 Jesson Avenue. Corbin. 528-2942, 

528-5390 
\"escovi. Raymond B.. 3525 Laurel Avenue. Evansville. 

Indiana. 423-8144. 963-3366 
Vest, Jewell. 667 Emerson. Lexington. 254-2025, 293-3969 
Vincent. Dale. 547 Rictaiond Drive. Madisonville, 383- 

5220 iBus.i 
Vinson. Ray T., Et. 4, •Campbellsville. 465-8625. 465-8625 
\'ories, Dick, 1211 Wilson Road, Bellevue. 781-1391. 821-3000 
Vones. Gary \V.. 2335 Alexandria Pike 25A, Southgate, 

441-0540. 291-5240 
Wages. Robert. 108 Bobolink Road. Russell, 836-5745, 836- 

5745 
Wagner, Marvin Rudy. Rt. 1. Box 445, Pikeville. 437-4611, 

432-3380 
Wagoner. Robert G.. 523 Dobbin Drive, Paris, 987-5535. 293- 

3960 
Walker. Anderson, 2212 Burwell. Louisville, 778-8913, 635- 

5888 
Walker. Earl, Rt. 6, Box 15A, Bowlmg Green, 842-2760 
Walker, James C. Rt. 1, Clinton. 653-4149. 653-2541 
Wallace. Curt. 107 Wallace Avenue, Somerset, 679-3356 

679-1574 
Waller, Bobbie E., 309 Strathmore, Lexington. 299-6123 

299-6123 
Wallni. Charles. Jr.. 668 Northside Drive, Lexington 299- 

8639. 255-4281. Ext. 194 
Walters. Darwin. General Delivery. Cavvood. 573-4885, 

573-1950 
Walton, Roy, 2148 Lakeside Drive, Lexington, 266-5348. 

272-1011 
Ward. Randall, Buckingham 
Ward. Robert. 2040 Washington. Henderson. 827-3805. 827- 

3810 
Watkins. Jesse T.. Second Street. Hardinsburg 
Weathers. Charles. Jr., 339 Idlewvlde Drive, ir6. Louisville. 

893-5476. 582-2613 
Weaver. Clyde Ivan. Box 254, Williamson, W. Va. 
Weaver. Ray. 3117 Bernard Drive. Edgewood 341-2610. 

.341-3066 
Weber. Thomas C 1967 Goldsmith Lane =C-16. Louisville. 

459-2733. 451-8515 
Wedding. Tommy. R. R. 4. Morganfield. 568-2833 
Weihe. Robert J.. 1840 Yale Drive. Louisville. 459-6397. 

776-2400 
Weil. Ralph A.. 4518 Bristol Lane. Cincinnati, Ohio. 212- 

4603. 242-1693 
Weiner. Dick. 1518 Corvallis. Cincinnati. Ohio. 821-2568 

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K.H.S.C.A. 

Irvine. Kentucky- 
April 12, 1971 
Executive Committee 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville, Kentucky 
Gentleme;i: 

I have made an examination of the records of the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association account cover- 
ing the period February 27, 1970 to March 4. 1971, at the 
request of Mr. Joe Ohr, your Secretary. 

Classified receipts and disbursements are shown on the 
attached schedule of income and expenses. All receipts 
have been traced as deposits into the Bank account and 
all disbursements have been substantiated by canceled 
checks. 

The balance of 517,789.98 has been verified as being 
on deposit in the Union Bank & Trust Company, Irvine, 
Kentucky, as of March 4, 1971. 

I believe the attached schedule properly reflects the 
status of this account fop the period coverd. 
RspectfuUy submitted, 
William Sexton, Jr., Auditor 
wms/ 
Aft. 1 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

SCHEDULE OF INCOME & EXPENSES FOR THE PERIOD 

FEBRUARY 27, 1970 TO MARCH 4, 1971 

RECEIPTS: 

Membership Dues S 4,814.00 

Clinic Receipts 1,530.00 

Total Receipts S 6,344,00 

Plus: Balance in Bank on February 27, 1970 __ 14,885.64 

TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR $21,229.64 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Postage & Envelopes 248.50 

Executive Meeting expenses 305.64 

Secretarial Help 10.00 

Annual Audit — Wm. Sexton, Jr. 40.00 

Joe Ohr— Delegate expense to KEA __ 25.00 

Sports Center— Trophies & Plaque ., 133.51 

Clinic Speakers 600.00 



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Jim Taylor — Clinic Dinner 498.80 

SecreJary of Stale — Filing Fee 2.00 

Joe Ohr 1970 All-Star expenses 1IG.2Z 

Tickets & Markers 22.24 

Bill Mauney Mid Cumberland Clinic lOO.QO 

Harold Cole Grant for Clinic __ __ 100.00 

Berney Miller — Expense F.D.E.A. __ 50.00 

Irvine-Times Herald — Cards 5.00 

Joe Ohr — Refund on telephone calls 6.25 

Joe Ohr — Collection Fees . 1,176.50 

Total Disbursements 3.439.66 

BALANCE ON MARCH 4, 1971 517,789.98 

Balance on deposit in Union Bank & Trust 
Company, Irvine, Kentucky, on March 4, 
1971, per Bank Statement $17,789.98 



Irvine, Kentucky 
April 12, 1971 
Executive Committee 

East-West All Star Football & Basketball Games 
The Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville, Kentucky 
Gentlemen: 

Mr. Joe Ohr, your Secretary, has requested that I 
make an audit of your AU-Slar account. This I have done 
and the audit covers the period February 27, 1970, to 
February 26, 1971. 

Classified receipts and disbursements axe shown on 
the attached schedule of receipts and disbursements. The 
bank balance of S18.681.96 has been verified as being on 
deposit in the First Security National Ba^ & Trust Com- 
pany, Lexington, Kentucky. 

Net receipts have been traced as deposits into the 
Bank and all disbursements have been substantiated by 
canceled checks. 

There is attached hereto a separate schedule of the 
four Savings Accounts showing the financial institution 
involved and the balances in each account. This is self- 
explanatory and the balances shown have been verified 
with the appropriate savings firm. 

I believe this letter and the attached schedules 
properly reflect the various transactions for the period 
involved. 

Respectfully submitted, 
William Sexton, Jr., Auditor 

EAST-WEST ALL STAR FOOTBALL & BASKETBALL 
GAMES OF THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 
COACHES ASSOCIATION 
Schedule of Receipts and Disbursements 
for the period February 27, 1970 to 
February 26, 1971. 
RECEIPTS: 

Receipt All-Star Game $ 4,800.00 

Refund of Cash Advance 1,600.00 

Program Receipts 561.30 

Interest 532.00 

Refund of Check to Master Printers 585.90 

Radio Rights for 1970-71 50.00 

Total Receipts __ 8,129.20 

Plus: Bank Balance on February 27, 1970 22,448.48 

TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR $30,575.68 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Master Printers — Printing 405.72 

Master Printers — All-Star Programs __ 585.90 
Estill Branham — Change for 1970 

program 1,600.00 

Cash— First Estimate of Travel 1,529.70 

Tom Moran — Grant 500.00 

Tom Hcimilton — Team Pictures 96.00 

Coaches Salaries 800.00 

Assistant Coaches Salaries 200.00 

Manager's Salary 800.00 

Western Ky. University — 

Food Services 2,273.50 

Estill Branham— All-star Expenses .. 301.61 

Prewitt Insurance Co. — All-Star ins. 555.00 
Western Ky. University-Housing, 

Parking 1,158.00 

Sports Center— All-star Awards 788.29 

Dept. of Revenue — Sales Tax 240.00 

Anesthesiology Associates — For Dwlght 

P. Busho^ig account 60.00 

Lloyd Funkhouser — Grant 

F. B. Injury 200.00 

Total Disbursements 12,093.72 

BALANCE ON FEBRUAHY 26, 1971 $18,481.96 

Balance on deposit In First Security National 



Bank & Trust Company, Lexington, Kentucky, 

as per Bank Statement of February 26. 1971 __ $18,681.96 

Difference ^ - 200.00 

The above difference of S200.00 is represented 
by Check No. 154 issued to Lloyd Funkhouser 
and which has not yet cleared thru the Bank 
records. 

EAST-WEST ALL STAR FOOTBALL & 

BASKETBALL GAMES 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

SCHEDULE OF SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

1. Columbia Federal Savings &Loan Association 
Covington, Kentucky 

Account No. 9315 

Balance as of March 31, 1971 $ 5,971.40 

2. Central Bank 8c Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STAR account — Certificate No. 5041 

Balance as of April 12, 1971 10,000.00 

3. Citizens Union Bank 8t Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STAR Account 

Balance as of April 12. 1971 6.060.82 

4. First Security National Bank 8c Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STARS Account No. 23588-7 

Balance as of March 31, 1971 12,111.81 

Total Savings Accounts $34,144.03 

I hereby certify that the above balances have been 
verified by telephone with the above institutions on April 
12, 1971. and were on deposit as of this date. Account No. 
2 with Central Bank & Trust Company showing a balance 
of $10,000.00 was verified by letter from the Bank to 
myself. 

William Sexton, Jr., — Auditor 



FOOTBALL QUESTIONS 

(Continupd frovi September ATHLETE) 

5. Play: Al reciuosted and was granted a 
charged time-out. After 30 .seconds of the time-out 
period, the captain of team B notifies the referee 
that his coach ^vould hke to discuss the ruling on 
the play which occurred immediately preceding 
the charged time-out. The referee confers with 
the coach at the side line and: (a) the conference 
is completed prior to the end of the time-out pe- 
riod: or (b) the conference continues so that it is 
necessary to extend the charged time-out period. 
There was no ohange of decision in neither fa) 
or (b) 

Ruling: In (a) the ball will be declared ready- 
for-play 25 seconds prior to the end of the time- 
out period and t.he clock will be started with 
the snap. In (b) the ball will be declared ready- 
for-play as soon as possible following the con- 
ference and the clock will be started with the 
snap. 

Comment: Even though the charged time-out 
has been extended by a coach-official conference 
and there was no change in decision team B 
cannot be charged with a time-out. This is be- 
cause there may not be successive charged time- 
outs. In this particular situation, there is no pen- 
alty for a coach-official conference in which 
there is no change of decision. The referee is not 
obligated to extend the time-out period for the 
purpose of conferring with the coach. The ref- 
eree may term.inate the conference at any time 
he wishes. 

6. Play: A scrimmage kick by Al strikes the 
ground and bounces into the air near the side 
line and: (a) airborne Rl possesses the ball and 
lands out-of-bounds; or (b) Kl, who is Ln the air, 
muffs the kick out-of-bounds and lands out-of- 
bounds. 



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Ruling; In (a) it if a kick out-of-bounds and K 
will put the ball in play at the inbounds spot. In 
(b) it is first touching of a scrimmage kick by 
K2. The ball will belong to R who may put it in 
play at the inbounds spot or at the spot of first 
touching. 

7. Play: A kick-off by Kl from his 40 strikes 
the ground near R's 20 and: (a) RI who is stand- 
ing in the field of play, but contacting the side 
line, recovers the kick and starts to advance; or 
(b) R2. in attempting to gain possession of the 
kick, muffs it so that it goes out-of-bounds while 
he is contacting the side line; or (c) K2 who is 
out-of-bounds muffs the kick. 

Ruling: In (a) and (b) it is R's ball at the in- 
bovmds spot. In (a) there can be no advance since 
Rl caused the ball to be out-of-bounds. In (c) 
when K2 touched the ball it was illegal participa- 
tion, the penalty for which will be administered 
from the previous spot. If R decides to accept the 
result of the play R will be awarded the ball at 
the inbounds spot. 

8. Play: Kl receives a direct snap from cen- 
ter. He fakes a kick and then passes backward 
to half back K2 who does punt the ball. Rl 
charges toward Kl and when he realizes what 
is happening, changes his direction and heads 
for K2. In the referee's opinion, Rl had ample 
time to stop or change direction in order to 
a\-oid contact with K2 who has just kicked. How- 
ever, Rl continues his charge and knocks K2 
down with a legal type block or tackle. 

Ruling: Personal foul. Penalize R 15 yards 
from the previous spot and if the foul is flagrant 
Rl must be disqualified. 

Comment: As the situation is described, Rl 
has time to stop or change direction in order to 
avoid contacting the kicker. Rule 9-2-3 (a) pro- 
vides when contact is unavoidable because as 
reasonably certain the kick will not be made, 
the defensive player will be exempt from pen- 
alty if he blocks or tackles a kicker of a scrim- 
mage-kick. If in the judgment of the referee, con- 
tact was avoidable and defensive player charges 
into the kicker, he must pay the penalty. The 
three provisions of 9-2-3 really exempt the de- 
fense from penalty when unavoidable contact 
is observed. The defense is never given license 
to contact a kicker when contact can be avoided. 

9. Play: A scrimmage-kick by Kl is short and 
Rl close to the line, .suddenly makes a valid fair 
catch signal and catches the kick. K2 charges 
into Rl after the catch. 

Ruling: Legal lair catch by Rl. K2 has com- 
mitted fair catch interference. 

Comment: There is no set time limit required 
prior to catching a kick for R to make a fair catch 
signal. When a receiver signals for a fair catch, 
the members of the kicking team are obligated 
to avoid contact since the kicker is forfeiting his 
right to advance in exchange for protection from 
being tackled. Those members of the kicking team 
who are going downfield to cover a kick are re- 
sponsible for knowing when a fair catch signal 
is made. When the receiver gives a fair catch 
signal just prior to catching the ball, the officials 
aie expected to use good judgment if there is 
slight contact by a player of the kicking team. 
When there is no effort by members of the kick- 
ing team to avoid contacting the receiver who has 
made a valid fair catch signal, it is interference. 



10. Play During a scrimmage-kick. Rl signals 
for a fair catch. The kick is high and Kl and K2 
are near Rl who attempts to move toward the 
kick which is blown by the wind but K2 is so 
near that Rl has to detour around K2 and is un- 
able to make the catch. 

Ruling: Fair catch interference by K2. Even 
though there is no contact, the receiver must be 
given a clear path in order to catch the kick. 

Comment: Regardless of whether the receiver 
makes a fair catch signal, members of the kicking 
team are required to avoid impeding a receiver's 
path to the ball. There is no specified distance 
they should remain from him so long as they do 
not interfere with his opportunity to make the 
catch. When the kickers place themselves in a 
position which requires the prospective receiver 
to detour around them or contact them, it con- 
stitutes fair catch interference regardless of 
whether there was a signal for a fair catch. The 
distance which a member of the kicking team 
will be fromi a receiver will vary according to 
several factors. Theoretically, he may be any 
where short of contact. The receiver will make 
certain movements while catching the ball so that 
he must have room to maneuver. This will de- 
pend somewhat upon the trajectory of the kick. 
It appears the only time there is any question 
is when the trajectory is very high and the kick 
is coming almost straight down. 

U. Play: A kick-off is near R's goal line when 
Rl makes a valid fair catch signal in the field of 
play. The wind carries the ball farther than he an- 
ticipated and he makes the catch in R's end zone 

Ruling: Touchback. A fair catch may not be 
made in an end zone since the ball becomes dead 
as soon as it touches anything after penetrating the 
plane of the goal line. 

12. Play: Explain the circumstances under 
which there may be a foul for delay resulting 
from a coach-player conference during the inter- 
mission between either the 1st and 2nd, or 3rd 
and 4th periods. 

Ruling: The interval between the 1st and 2nd 
or 3rd and 4th periods is 1 minute. This may be 
extended when more time is necessary for the of- 
ficials to change goals. Following the moment 
the ball is placed and declared ready-for-play. 
team A v/ill have 23 seconds in which to put the 
ball in play. A player conferring with his coach 
near the side line must meet the requirements for 
participation in the play previous to the snap. 
Players who are not in proper position, or who 
cause the snap to be delayed in any way are 
responsible by not being ready to start. When the 
referee declares the ball ready-for-play, it will 
serve as a "signal" to conferring coaches and 
players that they must terminate their conferences 
immediately in order for the players to be ready 
to participate within 25 seconds. Failure of a team 
to be ready to play following this time period 
constitutes delay. 

13. Play: A scrimmage-kick by Kl is extremely 
high and Rl makes a valid fair catch signal be- 
yond the line of scrimmage. The wind drives the 
ball back behind the original line where Rl makes 
the catch and advances into K's end zone. 

Ruling: Touchdown for R. Rl made a valid fair 
catch signal beyond the line of scrimmage. When 
the kick was blown back across the line and 
caught there by Rl, there was no fair catch and 
his advance was legal. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Jerry Kimmel, Beechmont; Bob Gour, Bowling 
Green; Jack Wise, Georgetown; Bob Miller, Ft. Thomas; Goebel Ritter, Whitesburg; 
Bob Foster, Science Hill. Second Row: Jerry Rexroat, Louisville; Claude Ricketts, 
Louisville; Curt Selvy, Corbin; Rex Alexander, Murray; Howard Gardner, Eliza- 
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Official Organ of tlie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



NOVEMBER 1971 




FILMS 



The films listed below are In the Film Library of the 
University of Kejitucky College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s. c, a" refer to elementary, jxinior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Biixeau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 



Basketball 

BALL HANDLING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c, 1 

reel. $2.00 

Teaches fundamentals of basketball handling 
including stance, grip, control, adjustment, before 
shooting, catching the ball, and other points. Pre- 
sents game shots, using special photographic tech- 
niques to illustrate principles. 

BASKETBALL BY RUPP, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 
Animated play diagrams, slow motion photog- 
raphy, and action shot are combined in this nwe 
film prepared under the personal direction of 
Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. Among the 
drills and plays covered in this film are: pivot 
man's sUde into the basket; Play No. 6, the fa- 
mous Kentucky basket marker; legal screening; 
penetration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast 
break. 

BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(30 min.) color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to 
provide a thorough examination of the playing 
rules and officiating procedures. It will aid the 
fans as well as officials, coaches and players to 
better understand those difficult judgment de- 
cisions that occur constantly. (KHSAA) 
BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS — INDIVI- 
DUAL TECHNIQUES, j-s-c-a, IVi reels, $2.50 
Branch McCracken, Indiana University bas- 
ketball coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion pho- 
tography is used to break the various court tech- 
niques down into easily grasped essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels. $3.00 (in state). S5.00 (out of state) 
This is the revised edition of the film "basket- 
ball by Rupp," prepared under the personal direc- 
tion of Mr. Hupp especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL STRATEGY FOR GIRLS, j-s-c-a, 
1 reel, $2.00 

The basic strategy of offense play (fakes, rolls, 
cutting, screening, varying pace) and defense play 
(player to player, basic zone, shifting zone, tri- 
angle, and diagonal) is demonstrated and explain- 
ed in this film. 

BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s- 
c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, 
stopping, turning) passing (finger control, move- 
ment with the pass, leading the receiver, choice 
of the right pass), catching (side pass, high pass), 
shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist flip, 
choice of the right shot), dribbling, faking, and 
pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 
film. 

CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALI^TEAM TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s, 1 reel. $2.00 
Man-to-man defense is shown, with the means 
best used under varying conditions. 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL, 
j-s-c-a, 1 reel. S2.00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuv- 
ering him out of position and other basic skills are 
illustrated, using special photography to demon- 



strate points. Rebounding, pivoting, and correlated 
arm action are taught also. 4 

KNOW YOUR BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 

min.), color, $1.00 

Provides a thorough examination of the rules 
and presents guidelines that will aid the fans as 
well as officials, coaches and players in a better 
understanding of those difficult judgment decis- 
ions that are constantly occurring on the basket- 
ball court. 
LOUISVILLE MALE VS ANDERSON COUNTY 

(1971 Basketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 

(33 min.), color. Silent, $1.00 

The male Bulldogs displayed their superiority 
in wearing down a smaller but talented Anderson 
County to win the championship for the second 
consecutive year. 83-66. (KHSAA) 
OHIO COUNTY VS CENTRAL (1969 Basketball 

Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 31/2 reels (35 min.), color. 

Silent, $1.00 

Central High School of Louisville won the 
State Championship by defeating Ohio County, 
101-72. in the final game. Central eliminated 
Richmond Madison, Hopkinsville, and Maytown 
to reach the championship game. (KHSAA) 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAM- 
PIONSHIP of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 

This film presents the highlights of all the 
games, both regular season and tournament games, 
which led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the 
NCAA basketball crown. 

SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 

$2.00 

Concentratirng on the set shot, this film pic- 
tures the action of the throw, stance, aim, tra- 
jectory, and fingertip control. Special attention is 
given total body coordination, especially inward 
rotation of the hand and arm making the throw. 
THIS IS BASKETBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 

min.) color. $1.00 

Interpretation of play situations goes beyond 
the letter of the rule and gives guidelines to better 
understanding of blocking, charging, basket in 
terference, goal tending, screening, and play vio- 
lations of the free throw, jump and boundary 
lines. 

GoU 

BUILDING YOUR SWING-UNIT II. j-s-c-a. 3 

reels (27 min.), color, $7.50 

Shows how the swing is developed. Stance, 
rhythm, movements of upper and lower body 
explained with unusual movie techniques. Stu- 
dents will identify themselves clearly with ex- 
amples on the screen as they build controls into 
their natural swings. 
COURTESY ON THE COURSE, j-s-c-a, 1% reels 

(18 min.), color, $4.00 

Represents a major effort to fulfill this 
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procedures as they occur during the normal seq- 
uence of play. Collectively these serve to highlight 
the threefold purpose of the rules of etiquette; to 
reduce the probaljility of injury on the course, to 
speed play, and to sustain enjoyment of the game. 
PITCHING. PITCH AND RUN AND SAND 

SHOTS-UNIT III, j-s-c-a, 11/4 reels (12 min.), 

color, $4.50 

Teaches fundamentals of pitching, pitch and 
run and explosion shots out of sand traps. Care- 
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arm and wrist action for approach shots. 
PUTTING-UNIT IV, j-s-c-a. 1 reel (10 min.), color, 

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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIV— No. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1971 



$1.00 Per Year 



THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

By Richard Stanton, Principal 
Fridley High School, Minnesota 

I would begin my presentation by making 
it clear that I consider the athletic directorship 
to be one of the key positions on my senior high 
school staff. I say this primarily because I am a 
firm believer in the positive benefits of a sound 
athletic program to any school. If we are to have 
a truly successful program, the athletic director 
must be a hard working individual, dedicated to 
young athletes and their welfare. He must be a 
winner, not a loser, in his approach to the job. 
While I suppose we are all interested in a young 
athlete having a variety of experiences, the great- 
est experience of all is to have success. In ath- 
letics this means winning. 'Phis reflects my own 
personal philosophy of athletics. We can teach 
young athletes to be good losers, and too many 
times we do a good job of this at Fridley, but to 
be truly successful we must be winners. Toward 
this end our program is hopefully geared. 

Specifically, what then do I expect of my 
athletic director. I will direct my thoughts to some 
ten major points. This will be done as briefly as 
possible and with the format of this panel in 
mind. You may see fit to disagree with me later. 

1. I expect my athletic director to have a 
sound educational philosophy. This involves his 
views reflecting our athletic program realistically 
in terms of our total program at school. This infers 
that this educational philosophy must basically 
be in tune with mme. If the principal and athletic 
director are at odds on this basic philosophy, 
chances for a successful program are slim. I 
believe this is the most critical factor of all. If 
they don't team up and share common concerns, 
there is little hope tor success. When a principal 
selects an athletic director, a thorough discussion 
of educational philosophy is in order. They need 
to agree as to the emphasis athletics is to have. 
They need to agree as to their ways of handling 
boys. I believe many principal-athletic director 
combinations existing today might benefit greatly 
from some soul searching in this area. Some better 
relationships might develop. 

2. The athletic director must have a sincere 
interest in all types of athletes. There is much 
more to an athletic program than merely develop- 
ing the talented athlete. His program should offer 
something to all kinds of boys. I am confident 
most of us in this room have experienced some of 
our greatest satisfaction in seeing a boy with 
limited talent experience some real success in 
athletics. The athletic director has an obligation 
to protect the limited ability type of athlete from 
becoming disenchanted when he does not meet 
with success. He must keep them participating in 
some capacity. When a coach loses a boy, or gives 
up on him, it is then the athletic director's job to 
keep that boy ''alive" athletically. An athletic 
"drop-out" many times becomes a serious school 
problem. It is easy and fun to identify with the 
successful, talented athlete. It's sometimes a little 
tougher with the others. My athletic director has 
an obligation to provide a program for all inter- 



ested boys. 

3. The athletic director must reflect a sincere 
interest in all sports. Because most athletic direc- 
tors are former coaches, it is especially significant 
that they display an equal interest in all sports. 
There is no faster way for an athletic director to 
lose rapport with a coaching staff than to show 
favoritism to a pai'ticular sport. I believe too many 
times we tend to evaluate our athletic program 
primarily in terms of the success in one or two 
of the so called "'major sports." It is more real- 
istic, in terms of a true athletic program, to mea- 
sure success in terms of all sports. Although the 
participation bit is sometimes overdone, the per- 
centage of students in a school participating in 
some athletic event during the year is perhaps 
the most significant statistic in the evaluation of 
a program. Although not practical in some schools, 
I believe it is highly desirable that an athletic 
director not be actively involved in coaching. 
Only in this situation can he give important at- 
tention to all sports. The athletic director must 
build a harmonious organization of all coaches. 
The successful program reflects a consistency 
between various sports. Such things as training 
rules will be enforced to a greater or lesser degree 
by some coaches than others, unless the athletic 
director demands consistency. This illustrates the 
athletic director's responsibility to develop poli- 
cies which are in the best interests of all athletes 
and then sees they are equally administered. 

4. I expect my athletic director to have the 
courage of his convictions. Assuming that educa- 
tional philosophy I mentioned earlier is sound, 
during any year the athletic director will have to 
stand up and fight for the things he believes. 
Differences will come from many quarters. Per- 
haps it will come from the downtown group who 
are dissatisfied with a coach. Perhaps it will come 
from his own employers. Often today it may come 
from the student body itself. I believe the athletic 
director finds himself in a position today similar 
to that of the school principal. Your actions are 
criticized from most quarters. You tend to be 
personally evaluated on the most insignificant 
aspects of the entire program. I suspect things 
will get worse in this area before they get better. 
The public will expect you to continue to improve 
your athletic program at your school, but vwll be 
less willing to provide dollars for its support. 
Your superintendents and principals will prob- 
ably expect you to find new ways to stretch that 
dollar. Your coaches will continue to demand more 
in equipment and supplies and your athletes 'will 
probably demand fewer restrictions and be tough- 
er to handle. As your job becomes tougher, it 
will be more difficult to uphold your personal 
ideals and to maintain your position as the leader 
of the athletic program. 

5. I expect my athletic director to be the 
salesman for the athletic program in our school. 

In this day of protest oven an old institution like 
high school athletics is under attack. Our recent 
bouts with special interest groups and their at- 
tacks on the Minnesota State High School League 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER 1971 



NOVEMBER, 1971 



VOL. XXXIV— No. 4 



Published nionUily, e.xcept June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Associalion 

Olfice of Publication, Lexington, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Le.\ington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

Assistant Editor - J. B. MANSFIELD 

Aisislant Editor — BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington. Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Morton Combs (1968-1972), Carr Creek 

\.-ice-President James T. Dotson (1968-1972), Pikeville 

Directors— J. C. 'Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; 
William C. Doan (1971-1975), Cynthiana; Lee T. Mills 
(1969-1973). Frankfort: Richard Vincent (1969-1973), 
Sturgis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro; Roy L. 
Winchester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 

.^toftt ike (^ cmmiiiicnex i i^TTiie 



REPORTS SOON DUE 

1. 1971 Football Participation List 

2. School's Report on Football Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



National Federation Basketball Test 

Part II of tlie National Fecieration basketball 
examination will be given all over Kentucky on 
Mon(Aay, December 6, to officials who wish to 
work for the Approved and Certified ratings. The 
examination sites will be determined by the Com- 
missioner. Officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. 
for the first time this year and who have not been 
registered previously in any other state association, 
are not eligible to take the test. Those interested 
should advise the State Office immediately in 
order that necessary arrangements can be made 
with the school administrators who will supervise 
the taking of the exam. Officials living in Ken- 
tucky need not suggest the name of the examiner. 
The Approved rating does not carry forward from 
year to year, but must be earned each year. 

'Wrestling Regions 

An increase in the number of schools spon- 
soring wrestling during the 1971-72 school year 
has made it necessary for the number of regions 
to be increased from four to eight. This being 
true, only the two finalist in each weight class 
in the regionals will be eligible to enter the State 
'Wrestling Tournament. 

The assignment of schools sponsoring wrest- 
Ung for the current school year is as follows: 

Fort Campbell Region — Caldwell County, 
Christian County, Fort Campbell, Henderson 
County, Hopkinsville. Madisonville — North Hop- 
kins, Trigg County, Union County. 

Hardin County Region — Bowling Green, Bul- 
litt Central, East Hardin, Franklin-Simpson, North 
Hardin, 'West Hardin 

West Jefferson Region — Doss, Fairdale, Flaget, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, 'Western 

Central Jefferson Region — Atherton, Durrett, 
Kentucky School for the Blind, Moore, St. Xavier, 
Seneca, Trinity 

East Jefferson Region — Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Louisville Country Day, 
Waggener, "Westport 

Frankfort Region — Boyle County, Danville, 
Frankfort, Jessamine County, Oldham County, 
Woodford County 

Lexington Region — Belfry, Bryan Station, Har- 
rison County, Henry Clay, Johns Creek, Lafayette, 
Millersburg MiUtary Institute, Tales Creek. 

Simon Kenton Region — Boone County, Camp- 



liell County, Conner, Holmes, Newport, Newport 
Catholic, Simon-Kenton 

Wrestling Rules Clinics 

Four clinics for wresting coaches and officials 
have been set up by the State Wrestling Commit- 
te. The dates and sites of the clinics are as follows: 

November 6 — Seneca High School, Louisville, 
10:00 P.M. 

November 13— Fort Campbell High School, 
Fort Campbell, 1:00 P.M. 

November 20— K.H.S.A.A. Building, Lexing- 
ton, 9:00 A.M. 

November 21 — Simon Kenton High School, In- 
dependence, 3:00 P.M. 

The Game Guy Award 

The K.H.S.A.A. will continue to give the Game 
Guy Award. School representatives and registered 
officials may make nominations for the award. 
The eligible person should be a pupil at the junior 
or senior high school level who has overcome 
great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics. Letters of recommendation should be 
addressed to "Game Guy Committee, K.H.S.A.A., 
P. O. Box 1173, Lexington, Kentucky 40501." Dead- 
line for the 1972 nominations is April 1. 

Football Certification 

Two additional names have been added to the 
list of Certified officals which appeared in the 
October issue of the ATHLETE. They are Ted 
Osborne and Gordon Reed. 

REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1971-1972 

(List Compiled November 1) 

If Ihe telophone number is given for an official, it is 
Ihe home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two .numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Allnutt, Ben, 704 Woodland Avenue, Lexington, 253-1233 
.■\tlia. Daniel Ray. UPO Box 835, Morehead, 784,6284, 783- 

2221 
Bendori, Tom, 399 Kirwan Tower, U of K, Lexington, 258- 

«287 
Cline, Jack D. 118 Roan Road. Versailles. 873-5045, 875-1614 
Cox. William Brov/n, 2066 Fairmont Court, Lexington. 

269-2672 
Easley. Dan W.. 107 Morrison, Wilmore, 858-4072, 858-3511 
Frankel. Louis S.. 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville, 452-6519, 

452-6519 
Givcns, Clarence Michael, 704 Woodland Avenue, Lexing- 
ton. 252-9323, 252-9323 
Hall. F. H.. Millersburg MiUtarv Institute, Millersburg, 

484-3352 
Hardy, Thomas W., R. R. 1, Box 99A, California, 635-2253, 

397-3871 
Holcomb, Ted B., 3324 Breckenridge Lane, Louisville, 456- 

2687, 585-2201 
Holloway, Michael Starr. 227 Howe Road, Burlington, 586- 

6300, 371-2000 
Ingr,iham, Gary J., 9706 Lanesboro Way, Louisville, 425- 

5215. 897-2815 
Kaufman, Alvin R., 8215 St. Anthony Ch. Road, Louisville, 

:i6G-0126. 587-0871 
Linfberry, Mark D,, 5111 Nancy Avenue, Louisville, 447- 

5075 
McMilUn, Lariy, Rt. 3, Box 71, Crestwood, 241-8998, 222- 

9461 
Quinn, Larry. 41 Vallev View Ct., New Albany, Indiana, 

945-3986 
Ratcliff. Kenneth S., 25 Orchid Road, Florence, 371-6495, 

371-8801 
Schafer. Richard A., 965 Fredricksburg, Lexington, 278- 

7636. 2.54-1481 
Scholtz. Randolph. 518 Seminole Trail, Danville. 236-6178, 

236-6178 
Smith. James. Box 365 Vine Grove, 877-2266 
Stair, James Edward, 225 B Ashland, Lexington, 269-3984, 

2.58-5528 
Terry. Bob S., 128 Blue Ridge Road, Anchorage, 245-0006, 

245-4101 
Warren. Lawrence A.. R. R. 3, Box 83F, Corydon, Indiana, 

738-2167. 738-2166 
Weenolsen, Robert, 4332 S. 3rd Street, Louisville, 366-8200, 

425-2541 
Whittington, David Earl. 1204 Elberta Circle, Apt. 190, 

Park Hills. 291-3428. 731-1110 
Withrow, Glenn. 1926 Alexandria Pk.. Highland Heights, 

441 -.3372, 441-3372 



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Minutes of Meeting 

K.H.S.A.A. Wrestling Committee 

Lexington, Kentucky. October 23, 1971 

The K.H.S.A.A. Wrestling Committee, meet- 
mg in the Association office on October 23 1971 
was called to order at 10:00 a.m. bv Chairman 
Orville Williams. The reading of the' minutes of 
the previous meeting was waived since the min- 
utes had appeared in the ATHLETE. 

With no old business to discuss, the Com- 
mittee went to work on a list of new business to 
be considered. The first item is a statement by 
the Committee to encourage the use of certified 
scales for the '71-'72 season, with an eye to its 
requirement in the future seasons. (2.)" In con- 
sideration of a limit on the heavyweight class 
hwt, will remain unlimited this year and the 
Committee will submit a limit to the Association 
to take place in 72--73. (3.) Discussion was also 
held on the size of the facilities for the State 
Tournament. The Committee is looking at this 
problem, and for a suitable larger location for 

Approval by Committee: First round of 
wrestle-backs in the State will be held during 
the semi-final round. (5.) Motion was made to do 
away with riding time. Carried 4-1. (6.) Motion 
made and seconded to recommend to the Board 
of Control that all head coaches and officials 
must attend at least one clinic given bv the Com- 
mittee each year starting in '72-'73. Carried unan- 
imously. (7.) A need to have a Vice-Chairman 
ready to take over in case of illness of the Chair- 
man was approved. President Combs of the 
K.H.S.A.A. has appointed Will Evans. Kv School 
for the Blind. 

(8.) Seeding criteria have been modified for 
Regional Tournaments as follows: If two boys 
have met during the season, the victor will be 
seeded ahead of the loser. Also, a bov must have 
WTestled four matches in his certified weight 
classes, and three of these four must be in his 
re.gions, and against different opponents (9) A 
"Most Outstanding" trophv will be awarded at 
the State starting this year: to be given to one of 
twelve champions, and decided uoon by a com- 
mittee made up of the three officials and the 
eight regional chairman. Regional trophv will 
remain the same. 

Wrestle-backs at Region level will be held 
this year to determine a second and third place 
winner. Upon completion of the finals, the win- 
ner of the wrestle-backs will wrestle the loser of 
the finals to determine second place in the re- 
gion, and a birth in the State. Again this year 
Mr. Sanford drew for the State seeding. Because 
of the 160.900 different wavs this could be drawn 
only one drawing for all classes was held 

A discussion was held on the subject of new 
Regions. Three plans were submitted by Mr Ab- 
ney. Mr. Weenolsen, and Mr. Sanford. After 
lengthy consideration and discussion, Mr San- 
ford announced that the final lineup for the 
f'lght regions would be published in the Novem- 
ber issue of the ATHLETE. 

Use of timers and scorekeepers for the state 
will come from a list of names submitted bv 
coaches of the regions to the Chairman of those 
people who have experience in these fields, and 
understand wrestling. 

Clinics will be held again this year by Mr. 



Williams and Mr. Weenolsen. November 6th at 
Seneca, Louisville, at 10:00 A.M.; November 13th 
Fort Campbell at 1:00 P.M.; November 20th in 
Lexington at 9:00 A.M.; November 21st at Simon- 
Kenton at 3:00 P.M. The Committee recommends 
the use of registered officials for all Varsity dual 
meets. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned at 2:00 P.M. 

Respectufully submitted, 

Robert O. Weenolsen 

Secretary, Wrestling Committee 



K.H.S.C.A. 

Annual Meeting 

The annual meeting of the Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association met at 10 a.m. in 
Room 101 of the Convention Center. Louisville, 
Kentucky. The following officers were present 
along with 150 coaches and visitors: Vince Han- 
cock Elizabethtown; Bowman Davenport, Clark- 
son; Garnis Martin, Bardstown: Joe Ohr, Irvine; 
Bill Case, Bourbon Countv; Estill Branham, Rock- 
field. 

Coach Don Morris opened the meeting with 
prayer. 

On motion of Young and seconded by Bran- 
ham the reading of the minutes was dispensed 
with since they were published in the Athlete, 
the official publication of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association. 

The financial report made by Joe Ohr, Treas- 
urer, was aoproved. 

Estill Branham. games director, introduced 
Coach Lee Corso, University of Louisville Foot- 
ball Coach, who made a most interesting and 
entertaining speech. Corso stated that a football 
coach had a most responsible job and that he was 
most proud of being a football coach, because 
people are looking for leadership. As coaches, he 
stated that we are the last stronghold for dis- 
cinline. Corso stated "I believe in this. Irv Spencer 
=aid coaching is not a job. it is a Drivilege." "We 
have more to do than win games, it is our job to 
develop boys to become better men after they 
leave the playing field. This should be our ob- 
jective." 

Corso challenged the coaches to set an ex- 
ample for your boys. Show that all people can 
live together and yet keep their individuality. 
Teach boys to have self discipline, not regimenta- 
tion. ' ' 

The key to motivation is the players belie'vnng 
in their coach. A plaver must respect his coach, 
have respect for authority and in the majority 
of cases where bad sportsmanship is shown, the 
hlgT^p can be placed on the coach. 

"Dishonesty is the key thing to the destruc- 
tion of a team. It is not worth victory to cheat. 
Evaluate yourself in the manner in which you 
provide leadership for your players." Corso stated. 

At the University of Louisville we never al- 
low a negative attitude to be displayed to our 
players. We are alwavs positive. 

Probably one of the most profound remarks 
made by Corso in his speech was the statement, 
"The men who nlay for us have the ri.ght and the 
dignity to be different." 

Garnis Martin. Coach at Bardstown, presented 
a sold, official size basketball to Jack Upchurch, 
Anderson County, as the Coach of the Year 1970- 
71 A similar award ffootball) was presented to 
Mikp MuT-nhv football coach at Highlands, as the 
Coach of the Year. The presentation was made by 



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Vince Hancock, Elizabethtown. 

In the election of officers for the year 1972-73, 
Joe Ohr was elected by acclamation as Secretary- 
Treasurer and Irv Spencer (Valley) was elected 
Sgt.-At-Arms. 

Motion was made that the vote count of the 
All-Star players be published in the Athlete. The 
motion carried. 

A committee was appointed to talk with 
Commissioner Sanford regarding football playoffs. 
Mr. L. J. Charmoli and Estill Branham were ap- 
pointed by President Bill Case. 

"Butch" Gilbert, Western Kentucky University 
football coach, presented to the outgoing President 
of the K.H.S.C.A.. a plaque for his leadership and 
service. Mr. Bill Case. Bourbon County, being the 
recipient. 

Meeting adjourned at 12:10 p.m. 

Executive Meeting 

An executive meeting of the officers of the 
Kentuckj' High School Coaches Association was 
held April 14, 1971, in Room 101 of the Convention 
Center in Louisville, with the following members 
present: Vince Hancock, Bill Case, Estill Branham. 
Irv Spencer, Bowman Davenport and Joe Ohr. 

The committee discussed and passed a rule 
that in the future the All-Star basketball coaches 
will be chosen from those who go the farthest 
in the State Tourney; Regions 1-8 making up the 
West and Regions 9-16 making up the East. In 
case of a tie, a fUp of a coin will decide the coach. 

Coaches of the All-Stars were to be raised 
$100.00 making the lead coaches receive $300.00 
and assistant coaches receive $200.00. 

Meeting adjourned at 12:30 p.m. 

Executive Meeting 

The following officers of The Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association met at 1:30 p.m., 
August 7. 1971 at the Holiday Inn at Richmond, 
Kentucky. Officers present were Vince Hancock. 
Bowman Davenport, Garnis Martin, Joe Ohr and 
Estill Branham, game director of the East-West 
games. 

It was moved by Hancock and seconded by 
Martin that Branham be given an extension of 
one year in his duties as games manager. This 
extension runs through the year of 1972-73. 

A tentative date of August 4th and 5th was 
set as the date of the clinic and all-star games in 
1972. Plans were discussed and approved to have 
a night session of the clinic. 

In discussing the expenditure of funds from 
the All-Star Account, it was recommended that 
grants be made to Albert Vipperman, football 
coach at Belfry High School and Jack Wells, Pres- 
tonsburg. The committee recommended that each 
person be given a grant of $.500.00. 

The executive committee voted to send the 
President and the Secretary to the National Foot- 
ball Rules Meeting, with reimbursement for travel, 
lodging and meals to be made on receipts pre- 
sented. The expense is to come from the Kentuck.y 
High School Coaches Association Account. The 
above motion was made by Garnis Martin of 
Bardstown and seconded by Bowman Davenport 
of Clarkson. Motion passed. 

Meeting adjourned at 2:30 p.m. 

Executive Meeting 

The Executive Committee of the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association met at 4:30 p.m., 
Saturday. October 9. 1971. at the Blue Boar Cafe- 
teria in Lexington, Kentucky, with the following 
members present: Vince Hancock, Garnis Martin, 
Bowman Davenport, Bill Case, Joe Ohr and Games 
Director, Estill Branham. 

Mr. Branham was directed to contact the 
University of Kentucky regarding the site for the 



1972 All-Star games, if Murray State University 
was unable to hold the games. Secretary Joe Ohr 
was directed to contact Mr. Cal Luther, Athletic 
Director of Murray. 

The committee approved a grant of $200.00 
to the Caldwell County High School for an injured 
football player. The check was sent to Coach Fred 
Clayton. 

Meeting adjourned at 6:15 p.m. 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled November 1) 

If Ihe telephone number is given for an official, it 
is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two ^numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 
Bell. Russell G., 152 Hickory Drive. Frankfort, 233-2426. 

254-8031. Ext. 28fi 
Brcjaddus, William. Rt. 1, Box 37E., Bardstown, 348-9006, 

549-3373 
Brower' Bill, Box 95. MiU Shoals. Illinois. 896-5890, 648-2295 
Brown. Larry G., 193 Euclid Avenue, Paintsville, 789-5897, 

789-3532 
Buck. David Carl, 700 Woodland. Lexington, 255-1373 
Burke Herschel. Rt. 4. Box 334, Portsmouth, Ohio, 776- 

7286. 574-2527 
Grace. Michael L., Box 212, River View Drive, Paintsville. 

789-8373, 780-4669 
Craft, Scott Stewart. Paintsville, 789-5309, 789-4075 
Daves, Ron, 4R Skyline Place, Bowling Green, 843-1367, 

842-2447 
Day. Roy E.. 127 Hartland, Madisonvile, 821-2265 
Deaton. Julian Alexander, Jr., P. O. Box 351, Wheelwright, 

452-4219 
Dempsev, Glenn T., 121 Bender Drive, Frankfort, 223- 

2279. 233-2000. Ext. 3245 
Evans. Lewis, Morgantown. 526-4310 

Ezell, Jerry Wayne, 140 N. Kentucky, HopkinsviUe, 886-7114 
Gambrel. Jimmy Charles. 102 Miracle Street, Barbourville, 

546-6554, 546-4175 
Gill, Lvle F., Jr., 302 N, Court, Morganfleld, 389-3964, 

389-1431 
Grandon. John E., 501 46th Street. S. E., Charleston, W. Va. 
Hancock. Donald Edwin, 1123 Centre Pkwy. *32, Lexing- 
ton. 272-1535. 233-5802 
Helm. Bobby D.. General Delivery. Nebo. 843-3327 
Hobgood. Jerry L . Box 191. Sebree, 835-2332 
Hogan, Patrick K. 1230 Harmony Lane, Jeflersonville, 

Indiana, 233-5461. 634-1531 
Howard. Thomas W.. Paintsville, 789-8383. 789-3594 
Innis, Pliilip. Trailer Q Brockton, Richmond, 625-5741 
Jones, James Dixie. Rt. 2, Princeton, 365-3110, 365-3110 
Jones, Robert H., 6500 Roosevelt Avenue, S. E.. Charleston, 

W. Va. 
Joseph. Charles S.. 459B 8th Avenue. Ft. Knox, 624-8395, 

624-7776 
Kemen. Jerrv, 440 Pickett Drive, Lookout Heights. 331- 

4272, 421-8855 
Killebrew, Billv. 3604 Gale Lane, HopkinsviUe. 886-3998, 

886-3921 
Kirkland, Drew, 1143 Centre Parkway, Apt. 39. Lexington, 

272-5847 
Knowles. Robert, 1304 Offnere, Portsmouth, Ohio, 354- 

5442. 456-4565 
Kolasa. Johnny R., First & Court Street, Burgin, 748-5025, 

3.16-7740 
Laudeman. Bob. 206 Don Allen Road. Louisville. 895-3944 
Link, William L.. 444 Webb, Bowhng Green, 842-3208, 

781-2150. Ext. 233 
Merritt, Alfonsa. 427 Cypress Street, HopkinsviUe, 885-5120 
Moore Larry, Highrail Tr. Ct., Lot 48, Bowling Green, 

842-6883 
Moser Tom. 208 Powell, Stanford, 365-2596, 365-9100 
Newman, Bill. 2535 Ritchie, Portsmouth, Ohio, 353-6257 
O'Donnell, Mickey, Rt. 4, Princeton, 365-9414 
Pack. George W., Box 126, Pratt, W. Va. 
Parsons, Thlirman Mendell, 205 Leimaur Drive, Richmond, 

623-4119 
Peden, Harlan Charles, II, 401 Cherilyn Circle, Hopkins- 
viUe, 186-4195 
Porter, Robert E.. Box 69. Paintsville. 789-3666, 789-3541 
P'Pool, Steve Keith, Rt. 4, Princeton, 365-5968 
Reihins. Dan F.. Box .582. Sheoherdsville 
Roijerts, Roger S.. 633 Big Hill Avenue, Richmond 
Saunders, James, 9015 Old ShepherdsviUe Road, LouisviUe, 

969-5517 
Shaw, Earl, 121 Hagan Ct., Lancaster, 792-2370, 548-3391 
Slack, Edward. Rt. 2. Guthrie, 483-2174 
Stojie, Johnny, Rt. 1. Princeton. 365-5178 
Taylor. John O.. 803 East Drive, Box 48, Danville. 236-3915. 

236-3181 
Thompson. Alfred E., Box 35, O'Donnell Hall, Richmond, 

623-9988 
Turner, Tominy Garner 533 Wooldridge Road, Hopkins- 
viUe, 886-1114, 886-3921 
Wilson, Mark A.. D-45 Odessa Apts,, Richmond, 623-8898 
Wolff. Wendell Lee, Rt. 1, Elkton. 265-2736 
Wood. James Robert, 431 East Main Street, Richmond 



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SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled November 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Ahney. Russell L., 409 Douglas Keen. Bowling Green, 

748-5168 
Adkins, Charles W., Paintsville. 789-4375. 789-3881 
Allen, Doug, Box 22G, Jackson, 666-7478 
Allen, Yvon, Box 377, Hazard, 436-3290 
Archibald, Larrv. Augusta, 756-3206. 756-2223 
Asher, Ralph, Box 232, Olive Hill, 286-2081, 286-2081 
Atkinson, Tom, 419 Foxspring Avenue, Flemingsburg, 849- 

2233, 845-6601 
Baile.v, Frank, 93A Scenic Drive, Radcliff, 351-3216 
Bailey. James C RR=1. Box 13, Langlev, 285-3543 
Baker, Ronald A.. 1132 Centunan, Lexington, 272-1260 
Barnes, Edward H., P. O. Box 273, Burnside. 561-1381 
Begiey, Donnie Jack. Gays Creek, 398-7326, 784-5788 
Bell, Ronald Keith, Cooperstown, Apt. -126, Lexington 
Berger, Richard, Melvin, 452-2321 
Bergman, H. W., Jr., Box 591, South Shore. 932-4298, 

353-5859 
Bertsch, Ron, 65 Geiger Avenue, Bellevue, 581-5790, 731- 

2012 
Blair. J. B., Cumberland College, Williamsburg 
Blevins, Boone, Jr., Staffordsvillo, 297-4842, 297-3738 
Boehner, John A., 772 Hill Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 821- 

6943 
Booker Gilbert Lee. R.R =1, Smiths Grove, 563-2631 
Bowling, Roy, Box 17, Fields Lane, London, 864-5006. 864- 

6240 
Bramble, James L., 153 Manitoba Lane, Lexington, 272- 

4826, 278-9355 
Branhani, Larry G., 200 Lexington Drive, Glasgow, 651- 

6326, 651-2121 
Branstetter, Charles E., 115 Kathleen Avenue. Horse 'Cave, 

786-2032, 524-5211 
Brashears. Malcolm W.. 211 Knollwood Place, Frankfort, 

227-7932, 875-1840 
Bray, Lonnie, P, O. Box 272, Hyden, 672-2625, 672-2131 
Bridges, Raloh L., 2424 Anne Drive, Henderson, 826-4088, 

533-7311 
Brock, Jolin H., Rt, itl, Mt, Sterling, 498-0338, 498-1566 
Brock, Johnnie G., Stonev Fork, 337-3513 
Brock, Lavone. Stonev Fork, 337-3271, 337-3271 
Bromagen, Michael Dale, Rt, #2, Owingsville, 674-6064, 

498-5936 
Brooks. Steve, 931 Leestown Road, Frankfort, 223-0351, 

223-0565 
Brown, Billv C, 4704B Southern Parkway. Apt. 8, Louis- 
ville, 366-0985. 935-8298 
Brown, Donnie Wavne. Rt. i:l. Box 28. Bremen, 525-3237, 

525-9216 
Brown. J. W. "Scoop" 975 Waverlv, Lexington. 252-0954, 

252-3212 
Brown, Michael L., 104 Greenbriar, Lexington, 277-0346 
Brown. Samuel M., Ill Wavne Street, Monticello, 348-6231 
Brown, Wendell, Route 6, Box 237B, London, 864-2,372, 

364-5127 
Browning, John T., Rt. irl. Box 483 A-12, Ashland, 928- 

9545, 928-9911 
Burgess, James R., Jr.. Box 186, Whitlev City. 376-8219, 

,376-5912 
Butcher. Granville "Bo", Williamsport, 789-3619, 436-5667 
Butler. Robert D., 157 Wliittier. Owensboro, 684-7016, 685- 

3121 
Campbell, Charles, Stella, 349-2699, 349-3333 
Canadv, Ray B., 622 North Main, Barbourville, 546-4765, 

346-3801 
Cannon, John F., 212 Pocahontas, Georgetown. 863-4595, 

233-2000, Ext. 2887 
Caple, Harold E., 608 Church, Ludlow, 261-5384 
Carnes, Alan Frank, Walker, 542-2226 
Carrico, Tommy, 1305 Vine, Murray, 753-7737, 753-9061 
Casada, Lonnie K., 104 Denham, Somerset, 679-4098 
Case, Bill, 3001 L\mnwood, Paris, 987-1331, 987-2550 
Cavil, Leonard J., 510 E. Maple, Nicholasville 
Cecil, Roger Dale, 7908 Carnation Drive, Pleasure Ridge 

Park, 935-1899 
Chaney, Reginald, 109 Carroll, Somerset, 678-5310 
Childers, Jerry Wayne, Ashcamp, 754-5160, 754-2251 
Clardy, Barry D., Greenville, 338-3510, 338-3036 
Clark, Kenneth Ray, 175 Auburn, Pontiac, Michigan 
Clem, Silas, Kenvir, 573-5614, 837-2502 
Click. Bobby Joe, U. S. 127, Box 11395, West Manchester, 

Ohio, 678-5172 
Click, Edgle, Box 84, Martin, 285-3361 
Clore, Ken, Cumberland College, Williamsburg 
Cloud, Ralph L.. Box 535, Harlan, 837-2816, 835-2502 
Cobb, Mike, 723 Highland Drive, Bowling Green, 842- 

9073, 781-4.585 
Coffey, Charles David, 118 HiUcrest Avenue, Lancaster. 
792-4349, 792-3491 



Croley Charles H., 
Cross, Robert W.. 
Ohio, 354-4196, 
Crodse, James W,, 
Grouse, Joseph L., 



898- 



Coleman, Llovd T.. 1727 Cherry Lane, Shelbyville, 633-2579 
CoUev, Lynn W.. 411 E. 23rd Street, Hopkinsville, 885-9538, 

886-4463 
Collins, Mason, Rt. it3, Ma.vsville, 759-7614 
Colvin, Jack E., 3605 N. Evans Avenue, Evansville, In- 
diana, 423-1696, 425-2314 
Conlev, Gary D , Rt. =1, Box 310, Ashland, 928-6678, 324- 

1102, Ext. 242 
Conley, Ted L., 4725 Nottingham Court, Ashland, 325-3232, 

324-1426 
Conner, Brad. 117 Pearl Street, Cvnthiana, 234-4796 
Cook. Jack W., 152 S. Edgemont, Huntington, W. Va., 525- 

3075, 696-6460 
Cooper. John, 512 E. 3rd Street, Augusta, 756-2373, 756-2131 
Coooer, W. G. Jr., 988 Level, Charlestown, Indiana 256- 

2257, 452-4150 
Cooper, Warren, 134 College View Court, Morehead, 784- 

4295 
•Cosgrove, John, Park Mammoth Resort, Park Citv 
Cotton, Carl W., 515 Central Avenue, Wurtland, 836-6803, 

,325-8i,';4 
'"ox, Ben W,, 354 McDonald Drive, Versailles, 873-5198 
Craig, Ronald, R. R, 2 Versailles, 873-5286. 564-4896 
Crawford, Thomas N., 12th Street, Sturgis, 333-2730, 333-2155 
•Crott, Lewis, Box 42, Crofton, 424-5160. 424-8806 

342 South 2nd, Williamsburg, 549-3269 
Jr., 4410 Old Scioto Trail, Portsmouth, 
456-2306 

Box 276, Dixon, 639-5145, 667-2797 
Jr., 513 Greenbriar Drive, Nicholasville 
Culp, R. D., 317 Walnut. Bellevue, 261-7834, 243-4469 
Cunimins, Ronald A., llfi 16th Street, Newport, 291-5081, 

781-4677 
Daulton. Timothy, Rt. 1. Box 321, Nancy, 678-5835 
Davenport, James E.. Sr., 9810 Dawson Hill Road, Jef- 

fersontown, 239-5667. 452-3947 
Davis. Tom, 146 Highland Avenue, Madisonville, 821-0927, 

821-4553 
Davis, William, Lovely, 395-5426. 395-5341 
Dean. George Wolford. R. R. :el, Nicholasville, 885-4285, 

385-4285 
Dean, Larrv R . 1509 Medical, Shelbyville, 633-3065, 633- 

1750 
Delph, Joseph B., 2041 St. Michael, Lexington, 269-3791 
Dennison, James E., 1825 James David Court, Owensboro, 

684-7573, 684-7251 
Dieterle, Owen M.. .538 Meadow Lane, Versailles, 269-1813 

(Bus.) 
Dili. J Roger. 15 Palmer Manor, Wilmore 
Dobson, Kenneth, Rt. 4, Babbland Drive, Paducah, 

3756, 443-li285 
Dotson Paul David, Box 83. Belfry, 353-7362 (Btts.) 
Dubrock, Donald M , 207 Kinnaird Lane, Louisville, 245- 

3500, 538-4227 
Duncan, Mike K., R. R. il, Dawson Springs. 797-5159 
Durham Michael N., Bella Court HI. Louisville, 447-8920 
Earv Edvard B,, Jr., RED i^3, Pearl Drive, Campbells- 

ville. 465-3332, 465-3911 
Eaves, James Kennedy, 1135 S. Brook, Louisville, 583-9463, 

589-4230, Ext. 250 
Edgington Fred. 312 9th Street, Manchester, Ohio, 549-3222 
Edwards. James Donald. R. R. 1, Box 88. Bremen, 754-4619 
F,lliott. Billv A,. 1122 Castlewood Place. Owensboro, 685- 

3393. 684-8826 
Evans Ah'in Rt HI. Duff, Tennessee, 424-6405, 549-0684 
Evans, David M., 101 Judge Street, Barbom-ville, 546-4684 
Evans! Lewis. Morgantown, 526-4310 
Ewers Michael P O Box 2191. Pikeville, 432-3040 
Falkenhurg. Charles Wavne. 2726 Holly^vood Terrace, 

Louisville 896-9650. 451-5958 
Farris J D 782 Lightfnot Lane, Madisonville, 821-3671 
Faulk, Terrv, Morton's Gao. 2,58-5497 
Fields. Rufus, Jr., 106 Scott Street, London, 864-4051, 864- 

Fille"" Michael, Box 205, Flemingsburg, 845-3189. 845-4411 
Firestine, Frank V., 224 Cardinal Road, Russell, 836-5120, 

Fiske Charles N.. 2008 Balfour Drive, Louisville, 426-2472, 

584-4221 
Flora William, 348 Amsden Avenue, Versailles, 873-5509. 

873-5740 
Florence, Joseph. 671 Sipple Drive. Covington, 356-6620 
Flowers, Randal. Route 2. Box 313, Elizabethtown, 765-7970, 

769-1356 
"c-owler Ronald 309 E. Second Street, Maysville. 564-6351, 

564-4861 
Fox, Carl, Jr,, Lerose, 593-5484 
Fov William G., 661 Silkwood Drive, Madisonville, 821- 

5411 
Fredericks. Rex. Rt, 6. Box 120, London, 864-2765, 864-5240 
Freppon, Thomas E.. 37 Towanda, Highland Heights, 781- 

0583, 421-1800. Ext, 676 
Fugate, Johnnie, Box 334, Hindman, 251-2150 
Fultz, G. Roger, Wayland, 358-4871, 285-3236 
Gaddis, George M.. 529 Monterrey Drive, Owensboro, 

3556, 685-2493, Ext. 358 
Gaines. Curtis. 1514 Young Street, Henderson 
Gamblin, Jesse H„ 205 Dake Street, Earllngton, 383-5391, 

338-9028 



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Gannon. James R.. Jr.. Rt. 1. Burkesville. 864-5153 
Gibson. Eddie A.. Pippa Passes. 368-2210. 368-2756 
Gilbert. Gerald L., 426 Allen Drive. Vine Grove, 877-5094. 

4-7719 
Gibson. Garv Lee, Box 33, Highland Heights, Prestonsburg, 

886-6674 " 
Goatlev. Greg. 1531 Roselawn Drive. Bowling Green, 842- 

3892. 842-1638 
Goheen, Larrv M., 819 Franz Court, Ashland, 324-8203, 

324-8203 
Goodman. Jack. 514 Springdale. Brandenburg, 422-2072. 

422- 3363 
Goodman. Ronnie R., Rt. 1. Box 109. Cecilia, 862-4732, 765- 

6181 
Gordon. Rov T., Rt. :=2. Waddv. 633-4929. 633-9100 
Gradv, Weslev D.. 420 N. Main. Marion, 965-3131 
Graham. Jim." 2517 Jackson Street. Ashland. 324-8169. 325- 

8511. Ext. 73.T 
Graves. Walter Scott. R. R. 1, Mt. Ohvet. 724-3420 
Greer. Wavne. C905 Creston Drive. Pleasure Ridge Park, 

935-5002, 935-5711 
Grubbs. John A.. 7905 Dixie Highwav. Florence, 371-8579, 

331-4621 
Hackett. Wilbur L.. Sr.. 1472 OUve Street, Louisville. 772- 

0493. 452-4109 
Halbert. Hubert. Box 19, Langley, 285-3745 
Hale. Thomas M.. 2400 Woodhill Drive. Lexington. 269-3H87, 

269-3887 
Hall. Donald Wavne. Hall. 447-3522. 447-2661 
Hall. Elmer. Jr.. Viper. 4,36-2845, 675-3321 
Hamilton. Walt. 3404 Bryan Way, Louisville. 459-5432, 451- 

1319 
Hammons, Norman. Hopkinsville, 886-7066, 886-3116 
Hampton. Doug. 609 Sonlev Drive. 'Cvnthiana. 234-5776, 

234-3253 
Hampton. Phillip Wade. Rt. 4. Box 104. Morehead 
Hanev. Ravmond. Milo 298-3539. 298-3264 
Hardin. Don G.. Box 88. Morehead. 784-7698. 845-9871 
Harpis. Keith Noel. Science Hill. 423-3456. 679-1502 
Harmon. David. Beautv. 395-5536 (Bus.) 
Harmon. Ken. Beautv. .395-5526 
Harris. Billv. P. O. Box 97, Cleaton. 754-4410 
Hawkins. Ed. 5999 Waldwav, Cincinnati, Ohio. 542-3888. 

381-0890 
Haves. Charles D., Mousie. 946-2126, 785-3149 
Haves. Haskew (Jr.). Box 407, Jenkins, 832-4489. 832-2131 
Henderson. Austin. 2603 Villa Maria. Villa Hills. 341-6129. 

431-0900 
Hendren. James W.. R. R. irl. Mackville. 375-4498 
Hendrix. Jack. 415 S. Mill. London, 864-2075, 864-5114 
Hensley, Larry O., Rt. itl, Box 340A, Irvine, 723-5594, 

293-3902 
Henson. Don. Box 126 Smithland. 928-2040 
Herald. William A.. Quicksand. 666-7722, 666-5322 
Hester. Ronald. High Street. Stanford. 365-2408. 255-3651 
Hill. Walter L.. 158 W, 73rd, Cincinnati. Ohio, 821-5799, 

662-5800 
Hina. Henry B.. R. R. itl. Sturgis. 333-5933. 333-4008 
Hinton, Henrv E.. Rt. 5, Box 63-C, ShelbyviUe. 633-1032, 

452-7646 
Hisle, Charlie R.. Rt itl. Mt. Sterling Road. Winchester, 

744-5754 293-343-3 
Hoard, D. C. Vi'rv. Pine Knot CCC. Pine Knot. 354-2482, 

354-2176 
Hobbs. Fred L.. 501 Warwick Drive. Owensboro. 683-8209, 

683-2401, Ext. 558 
HoUan. Robert W.. 250 Scott Lane, Bowling Green. 843-9978 
Holmes. Robert Edward. 500 E. Locust Street. Princeton. 

365-5129. 365-5505 
Holt, Larrv Kent. 329 Skyline Terrace Park, Bowling 

Green. 781-4009. 781-4585 
Holt, Robert E.. 3303 Southgate, Hopkinsville. 885-3405. 886- 

.5271 
Hopper. Marion W.. 303 Deepwood. Elizabethtown. 769-1598, 

942-3510 
Hord. Tracv, Rt. #2. Lauit Lane. Lebanon, 692-3612, 336- 

3718 
Horton, Joseph. 2621 Wingfield Lane, Louisville. 772-9547. 

778 3311. Ext. 534 
Howard. Jackie Lynn. Salyersville. 349-3154. 783-3513 
Huffman. Steve. Box 202. Pikeville. 437-4711. 754-7981 
Hughes. Robert Earl, 4025 Busath, Louisville, 454-44.36, 

636-3367 
Hurt. Thomas C. 122 Hamilton Avenue. Lancaster, 792- 

3067. 792-2312 
Ison. Ed. Skyline. 633-7942 

Jamison. Mark C, 9100 Aristides Drive. Pleasure Ridge 

Park. 937-6923 
Jenkins, Joseph E., Star Route. Shepherdsville. 543-2137 
Jenkins, Phillip M.. Box 571. Martin. 285-3441 

Johnson, Billie, Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes, 368- 

2111 (Bus.) 
Johnson, David A., 7800 Carnation Drive, Pleasure Ridge 

Park, 935-6957. 452-4859 
.Johnson, Gayle W.. 1655 Mohawk Trail, Hopkinsville, 

886-9678 
Johnson, Henry Sig. Rt. i*8. Box 311, Benton. 527-9827 
Johnson. James M., 174 Pinehurst, Frankfort, 223-2822, 

875-1535 



Johnson, Wm. E., Box 132. Mt. Sterling. 498-3670, 498-9175 
Jones. David. 203 Green Street. Manchester, 598-3793 
Jones, Robert L,. Jr.. 436 Spring Dale Road, Brandenburg, 

422-3484. 422-2101. Ext. 270 
Joseph, Charles S.. 459 B 8th Avenue, Ft. Knox, 624-8395, 

624-7776 
Kearns, Meredith Wavne, 216 N. Miller, Cynthiana, 234- 

2297, 234-1100 
Keene. Rick Paul, Apt. A-121, Cooperstown, Lexington, 

254-7420 
Kelly, Larry W., P. O, Box 561. Lancaster, 792-3718, 792- 

2139 
Key, Jimmy Rav. 003 1/2 E. Main, Lexington, 252-2542 
King. David Lynn. R. R. 1, Taft Highway, Dry Ridge, 

824-6339 
Kinner, John Albert. Walnut Street, Greenup, 473-7445, 

473-3811 
Kinnev, Dale. 2410 Casino. Covington. 491-5207 
Kirtlev. Dennis W., Box 4. Livermore. 278-2747, 278-2214 
Kitchens. Robert. Pine Knot CCC. Pine Knot. 354-2482, 

354-2176 
Klusman. Carl J,. Jr.. 3108 Gambriel Court. Louisville, 

459-0581, 634-1531, Ext. 258 
Kolasa. Johnny R.. First & Court Street. Burgin. 748-5025, 

336-7740 
Landers, John F., Rt. 4. Box 221, ClarksviUe, Tennessee, 

647-2636. 798-6805 
Laney. Bill, Garden Park Drive. Nicholasville. 885-3293, 

885-3293 
La Rue. William D.. Jr.. Salem, 988-3138. 388-7562 
Laubheimer, Don T.. 4516 Estate Drive. Louisville. 366-3880 
Lawson, Benjamin S,. itG Green Acres. Sanders. 347-5710, 

732-5215 
Ledford. Thomas B . 7850-A Estrada Avenue. Fort Knox, 

624-34H4. 624-2019 
Lee. Robert L,, 6810 Dartmoor Drive, Louisville, 425-3863, 

895-2431 
Leneave. Robert E.. 205 E. 18th Street. Benton 
Lierheimer, Lawrence A.. R. R. -4. Bowling Green, 843- 

4875. 843-9073 
Lile, Clvde F.. 429 Henderson Drive. Hopkinsville. 886-5584, 

886-4463 
Little. Mike. Lookout. 754-8377 
Lofton, Charles Allen. Route 1, Calvert City. 395-7379, 443- 

6582 
Lonaker, Glendon R., 616 Woolery Avenue, Falmouth, 

654-6831, 341-2700 
Long. James E.. Box 73. Baskett. 827-5000, 827-1867 
Louden. Hubert C. Box 75. Sulphur. 743-5297. 636-1441 
McCarthy. Steve, Box 619, R, R. #2. Alexandria, 635-2517. 

635-5247 
McClain. Gerald L.. Route #1, Mayfield, 247-2652, 247-3101 
McClure. Jerrv T., 1857 Courtland Drive, Lexington, 299- 

5465. 269-1396 
McConnell. Michael J.. 7304 Garrison Road. Apt. 4, Louis- 
ville. 366-9904. 583-6651 
McCoy. Havse. Box 265, Inez. 298-3417, 298-3417 
McDaniels. "Charles F., Route 1. Kuttawa. 388-7828. 444-6371 
McElvanev. Wondie Morris. 4503 Jewell Avenue, Louisville, 

776-0777. 6.37-2667 
McEndre, Howard Rand. Jr.. 1921 Deep Glen Court, Lex- 
ington, 299-8288 
McGlone. Maurice E.. Route it6, Cynthiana. 234-2716, 234- 

3753 
McKenzie, James M.. Flatwoods. 836-9140. 836-9140 
McNallv. Phillip Rav. Lewis Hall iti, Morehead. 784-6703 
McNeeiv. Albert T,. P. O. Box 535. Morehead. 784-5814, 

582 57,57 
Madden. McElrov. 463 Lindberg Drive, Lexington, 255-6504, 

255-6504 
Maines George E.. 147 Malabu Drive, Lexington, 278-1984, 

252-2361 
Malone. Dennis. 2515 Woodhill Court, Apt. 6. Ludlow 
Marshall, Charles B., 3525 Navanac. Louisville. 772-9483 
Martin. Donald. Route 1. Dry Ridge. 823-6221 
Martin. Kenneth E.. 800 Leawood Drive. Apt. 34, Frank- 
fort, 223-2837. 823-5381 
Mastin, Tim, Box 128. Clay City. 663-2025. 663-2024 
Matthews. Doug. R. R iti. Springside. Versailles. 873-8527, 

255-1401, Ext. 260 
Mattinglv, James P.. Box 7070. Ft, Gordon. Georgia, 791- 

3303," 791-4322 
Mattingly, Lennie M.. 314 Lebanon Hill. Springfield, 336- 

7608 
Maxey, Michael, Symbol, 843-7191 
Mayes, Jerry G.. Letcher. 6.33-4661 
Maynard, Lonnie. Freeburn. 456-3563 
Maynard, Sammy. Lovely, 395-5426 

Meyer, David W., 1090 Waterworks. Newport. 441-7513 
Mayer. John P.. P, O. Box 27. Frenchburg. 768-4911 
Miller Richard Z.. 315 N. 43rd, Louisville. 775-6077, 775- 

0077 
Mills, Dwight K., Black Oaks, Apt, 44, Paducah, 442-1401, 

443-6296 
Minnis. Albert Lerov, Box 245, Simpsonville, 722-5289, 

425-5076 
Mobley, Cecil L.. 1583 Halstead Court. Lexington, 299-4675, 

233-2000. Ext. 3060 
Mobley, Clarence Edward, 707C Charlotte Court, Lexing- 
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Monroe. Jon H.. 503 Mockingbird Drive, Jeffersonville, 

Indiana, 283-4906, 283-3153 
Moore, Donald Ray, McKee, 287-7639 
Moore, Larry, Highrail Trailer Court. Lot 48, Bowling 

Green, 842-6883 
Morgan. Steven, Box 2B. Mt. Olivet, 724-2652 
Morris, Larry G,, Rt, 1, Lewisport. 295-6673. 295-6271 
Mullins, William B,, 609 Rogers Road, Lexington, 299-7639, 

255-3641 
Murrell, AUen Leslie, 1404 Woodhurst Drive, Bowling 

Green, 842-1286 
Napier, Charles Michael. Chavies, 436-4125, 436-3095 
Napier, Mack A., Bex 128, Evarts High School, Evarts 
Newman, Bill, 2535 Ritchie, Portsmouth, Ohio, 353-6257 
Nieland. Doug. Rt. 6. Richmond. 623-7706. 622-2544 
Oak, Dalton. 1108 Tillev Drive. CarroUton. 732-6284, 732- 

5215 
O'Keefe, Tom, 9358 Gma Drive, West Chester, Ohio. 777- 

6897, 563-0220 
Oldham, John H., Box 254EE, Prospect, 228-1698 
Owens. Bruce V., Box 12. New Castle, 346-5348, 346-8421 
Parker, Herbert. 1405 Sioux Place. Owensboro 
Parkev. Cecil E.. 109 Greenwood. Middlesboro. 248-6148 
Parrott. Lanny L.. Box 174. CampbeUsville. 465-8741 
Peeno. Harry R., 124 Morris Road. Lookout Heights. 

331-1981 
Pickett. Phillip M.. 2040 Spring Station. Lexington. 299-7006 
Poe. James R,. Rt. 6. Benton. 527-9537 
Porter. Charles M-. 403 S. Main. Marion 
Powell. Billv R.. Box 504. ELkhorn Citv. 754-8702, 754-7981 
Powell, H. W. "Buddv". 102 Glen Cove. Nicholasville, 885- 

5410. 873-8011 
Prater. Rondel R.. HuevsviUe. 358-4019. 358-3911 
Price. Terrv. Rt. 2. Mt. Olivet. 724-2590 
Profitt. Lawrence K., Rt. 5. Winchester, 744-3409. 233-2000. 

Ext. 3291 
Quisenberrv. James M.. 1900 Farnslev Road. Apt. ::9. Louis- 
ville. 448-61,=i2. 366-0940 
Rader. James Douglas. Box 182. McKee, 287-7303. 287-7124 
Rail. Edward W.. 247 Maple Avenue. Danville. 236-8929. 

236-5047 
Randolph. Deward Elwood. 136 Jefferson Avenue. Danville. 

236-2492 
Rankin. James. 1827 Bashford Manor. Louisville. 456-1728. 

774-5781 
Ransdell. Mack. 511 E. Walnut. Danville. 236-7585. 236-3190 
Redmond. William M.. Jr.. 2195 Winterberrv Drive. Lex- 
ington. 278-2287. 299-9000 
Reeves. Curtis R.. 112 Londonderry. Lexington. 252-1626 
Rose. Jim. Pippa Passes. 368-3275. 368-2111. Ext. 7 
Rose. Walter Scott. Box 54. Hazel Green, 662-4516, 668-9045 
Rudd, Terrv A., Rt. 4. Benton. 354-8264 
Runvon. Tommy D.. Box 181. Belfry. 353-7883, 353-7362 
Sanderson. William F.. Box 145. Whitlev City. 376-8293 

376-5986 
Saraent. Donald. 1314 Vine Street. Maysville. 564-6407 
Scott. Emmanuel H.. 1614 Potter Place. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

281-6928. 961-0022 
Settle. Rov G.. 2586 Windsor Avenue. Owensboro, 683-0008, 

683-5311 
Settles, Jeffrve Kavs. Rt. 3A. Springfield, 262-5766, 625-4255 
Sexton, Phillip Mike, 1362 Nichols Place, Ashland, 325-4931, 

928-6473 
Shaw. Earl, 121 Hagan Ct., Lancaster, 792-2370, 548-3391 
Shearer. Robert L.. 586 Charlemagne Blvd.. Elizabethtown. 

769-1883. 769-3381 
Shearer. Ronald Dale. Rt. 1. Nicholasville. 885-3761 
Shelton. Lester T. 2326 Shawnee Lane. Paducah. 554-2186 
Shemwell. Bobby W.. Rt. 7. Glenview Drive. Glasgow. 

678-4339 
Shields. Donald C . 3223 N. Talbot =3, Erlanger. 342-8887. 

791-1680 
Shipp. David E.. 133 Hartweg. Ft. Thomas. 781-1163 
Short. Ronald E.. 315 5th Street. Pineville. 573-6024 (Bus.) 
Sigler. Roger Dale. Rt. 1, Princeton. 365-9760. 365-5551 
Sims, Tom M.. Rt. 5. Hillcrest. Richmond. 623-2793. 623-1530 
Skaess Robert L.. "Bill". P. O, Box 372. Leitclifield. 259- 

3438. 259-4144 
Smallev. Charles E.. 5513 Yucca Lane, Louisville, 937-3986 
Smith. Chris L.. 634-4 Mi.. Box 111. Silver Grove. 441-7265 
Smith. David A.. Box 64. Smithland. 928-2046. 988-3263 
Smith. James Gavle. Box 202. Burlington. 586-6048, 534-55R4 
Smith. Lawrence E,. P. O. Box 282. Hardinsburg. 756-6173 
Smith. Mickey K.. 951 South 1st, Mayfield, 247-5449 
Smith, Willie F,, South Fulton, Tennessee, 479-1791 
Snodgrass, Jack D.. 351 Knollwood. Highland Heights. 441- 

1188. 431-5595 
Somerville. Robert J.. 6852 Greenmeadow Circle. Louis- 
ville. 895-8003. 583-3859 
Spratling. Obie L.. Masden Mobile Home Pk.. ;i;25. Rad- 

cliff. 351-5087, 624-3742 
Stagnolia. Eugene, 308 N. Y. Road. Cumberland. 589-2344. 

589-4625 
Steele. Michael James. North Hwy. 27. Somerset. 679-3459 
Stephens. Earl T.. 709 Lime Street. Russell. 836-3403. 932-- 

3323 
Stevenson. Michael G.. Rt. 3. Russellville. 542-6180 
Steward. Gary "Jock". 202 E. Morton Street. Morganfield 
Stewart. James. 2164 Sherwood. Louisville, 459-2329, 368- 

2581 



Stone. Kenneth W., 1227 Clay Street. Henderson. 826-9336 
Stratton. Robert J.. East View. Shelbvville. 633-3816. 633- 

1612 
Stump, Phillip C. 130 Pin Oak. Lancaster. 792-3143. 792-3491 
Sturdivant. John W. Whitley Citv. 354-2520, 354-2176 
Sumner, Carl, 8711 Cedar Creek Road, Fern Creek, 239- 

0783. 459-1030. Ext. 205 
Switzer. Richard J.. Jr.. 3 Circle Drive. Florence, 371-5037. 

581-0158 
Switzer. W. Bradley. 980 Lilv Ct.. Lexington. 278-4756. 272- 

1513 
Svkes. Arthur 4389 Glenhaven Road. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

251-1043. 542-5800. Ext. 288 
Tackett. Jimmv. 192 Summit Street. Richmond. 623-3936 
Tarvm. Roger W.. 3417 Cintonva Drive A-65. Erlanger. 342- 

3447. .141 -7650 
Thomas. Charles Nesbitt. Rt. 1. Highland Heights. Mavs- 

viHe. 883-3269 
Thornsberrv, Gary. 1024 Main. Sturgis. 333-2243. 753-9689 
Thornsburv. Garland. Bvpro. 452-2364 (Bus.) 
Thornton. Brvce C 1115 Forest Court. Ashland. 325-3646. 

928-6414 
Thornton. Michael Allan. 1115 Forest Court. Ashland. 325- 

3646 
Tierney. Larry Wayne. Reynolds Station. 233-4028. 826-3312 
Tillerv. James C 218 Lock Lomond Drive. Lexington. 272- 

3003 
Tov. Charles K.. Rt. 4. Mt Sterling. 498-1900. 498-5250 
Tremaine. Darrell. Rt. 3. Berea. 986-4577 
Triplett. Herbv. R, R. 1. Mt. Sterling, 498-2520, 233-2000, 

Ext. 3492 
Turlev, Curtis, R. R. 1, Marion, 965-4627 
Tyler, Kenneth. Rt, 1. Arlington. 655-5771 
Tvre. Don. 316 Senate Drive. Frankfort. 223-3668. 254-6612, 

Ext. 273. Lexington 
Vaible. Wm. E.. Sr.. 3108 Widgeon Avenue. Louisville. 635- 

6930, 772-2509 
Vaughan, Ronald G . Freeburn. 456-3464. 437-9616 
Vest. Thomas. Rt. 2. Hazel Green. 725-5383. Ezel 
Voorhis. Kenneth J.. 8308 Pandorea. Louisville. 937-2619. 

935-3155 
Vories. Kent. 110 Park Avenue. Newport. 291-0617 
Votaw. Tony R.. 219 Southport Drive. Lexington. 277-5480. 

233-2000. Ext. 3700 
Wallen. Howard W.. Williamsport. 789-3066. 789-4890 
Ware. Phillip O.. 218 Sycamore. Owensboro. 684-6825. 233- 

5253 
Watkins. Wendell. 2409 Branning Road. Louisville. 425- 

6516. 451-9000 
Watson. Neil Stanton. P. O. Box 55. HuevsviUe. 358-4306, 

358-4306 
Webb. Albert N.. 244 Wayne Street. Manchester, 598-2745 
Webb. Harold D,. 7369 Commonwealth Drive. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 761-5045. 542-5800. Ext, 257 
Welch. Donald G.. 1514 Fisher Avenue. Carrollton. 732-5575, 

732-4346 
Wemhoener. James M.. P. O, Box 94. Fordsville. 276-5122 
Wesley. Loyal Ray. Rt. 1. Box 249C. Science Hill. 423-3598 
Westerfieid. James C. Rt. 1. Box 312. Manchester. 598-2693. 

598-3138 
Whalen. Wm, C. Rt. 1. Box 66. Maysville. 564-3942. 564-3461 
Whitt. Georse Randall. 3259 Ridgewav Drive, Ashland. 

325-2023 325-2023 
Williams. Aubrey. 2401 Howard Street. Louisville 
Williams. Brian E . 312 Newson Avenue. Cvnthiana. 234- 

1848 
Williams. Buford. Jr.. Irvington. 547-2543, 536-2621 
Williams, John W,, 727 Hall Street, Msysville, 564-3872, 

564-5521 
Williams, Robert D., 304 E, Main Street. Frankfort. 227- 

2349, 564-5971 
Williams, Robert L., 1118 Pawnee Trail, Georgetown, 863- 

0450, 277-6115, Lexington 
WiUams, Roger, 404 Bond Street. Richmond. 623-3126 
Williamson. Fred. 10.59 N. Circle Road ii-133. Lexington, 

255-4939. 252-5555 
Wilson. George Gradv. III. Box 505. Whitlev Citv. 376-5276, 

376-9968 
Wilson. Paul A.. Irvington. 547-2522. 547-2971 
Winchester. Roy L.. Bethlehem. 878-4102. 346-8761 
Winkler. Harry W.. Jr.. P. O. Box 11. Ft. Campbell. 647- 

4570. 798-4274 
Wiseman. David Kent. R. R. 2 Beattyville. 464-8092 
Witten, Clifford. Wurtland. 836-8806 
Wolford. James B.. General Delivery, Berea, 986-8976, 

986-8976 
Wood, Harold R., 105 Donna Drive. Hopkinsville. 886-5845. 

386-4463 
Yeuell. Morgan R.. Jr.. 475 Flamingo. Frankfort. 875-2745. 

258-8884 
Young, Joseph D.. t^l Burton Woods Lane. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 861-9936. 381-8000. Ext. 442 
Zrenda. Stephen A.. Jr., 121 St. Margaret Street. Lexing- 
ton. 269-3597 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER 1971 



Schools' Ratings On Baseball Officials 

The following ratings were received on baseball of- 
ficials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 1970-71. The 
numbers following each name represent respectively the 
numbers of Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor ratings given 
to the official. 

Adams, Jack, 0-4-0-1; Allen, Kirbv. 1-0-0-0; Allie Bert 
E.. 2-1-1-0: Allison, Dennis C . 14-0-2-0; Amburgev, Manuel, 
19-1-0-0; Andeison, Kenneth, 0-1-0-0; Anderson, Luther S. 
11-6-1-0; Andress, Bill, 7-4-6-0; Asher, Ralph, 23-9-0-2- 
Ashley, Kenneth, 130-0-0; Atchison, Jim, 7-0-0-0; Atkinson 
Tom, 0-4-3-1; Atwell, Darryl R., 4-1-0-0; 

Back, Philip D., 0-6-0-0; Baker, Paul W.. 8-5-0-0; 
Barker, Phillip M., 7-5-1-0; Bartels, John T., 0-1-0-0; Beach 
Frankie L., 0-2-0-0: Beals, Aaron E., 1-5-1-0; Beam, Joseph 
F., 2-2-0-0; Begley, Wallace Clav, 0-1-0-0; Belcher, Wm, 
Otis, 0-5-1-0: Bemiss, Eugene, 2-1-0-0; Bennett Terry 
1-0-0-0; Bertsch. Ronald L., 9-9-3-0; Biggerstaff, Ronnie. 
4-0-1-0; Biter, Charles D„ 0-5-1-1; Blair, Gene Randall. 
1-1-0-0; Blair, Kenneth, 1-2-0-0; Blevins, Boone, Jr., 3-1-2-0; 
Bhck, Dannie W., 0-5-0-1; Bonny, Tom, Jr., 2-2-0-0; Booker 
James M., 12 0-0-1; Borabeck, Larrv, 1-5-2-0; Bosse Wil- 
liam J., Jr.. 1-1-0-0; Bouse, Robert M.. 1-0-0-0; Branden- 
burg. Ronnie. 0-2-0-0; Branham. Freddy, O-l-O-O' Branstet- 
ler, Charles E., 3-8-1-2; Brewer, J." Kenneth, 3-5-0-0; 
BrowTi, John W, "Scoop", 6-15-0-0: Browne, Jerome F 
7-7-0-0: Brumback, Randy, 1-0-0-0; Buchanan, Tommy' 
1-n-l-O: Burgess. Richard N., 6-18-0-0; Burgess, Ronald L ' 
Jr., 0-8-0-0; Bushkar, John, 5-5-0-0; 

Callis. Herbert D„ 14-2-0-0; Cappel. William F., 0-1-0-0; 
Carr, BUly W., 0-4-0-0; Catlett, Tony, 1-1-0-0; Centers, 
Mike, 0-1-3-0; Chambers, Harold E., 53-2-0-0; Chandler 
Roger A., 5-0-0-1; Charles, James B., 0-2-0-0; Chasteen' 
Earl, 1-1-0-0; Cherry, Robert L.. Jr., 0-12-1-1; Childers 
Charles L., 4-1-0-0; Clark, James R., 9-2-0-0; Claypool' 
Thomas, 6-14-0-0; Clemmons, Douglas M., 50-2-0-0- Cline' 
Roy E., 2-14-2-0; Cochran, Ray Delano, 0-0-2-0: Coleman' 
hl°,\-' 1-1-1-0: Collins. Charles Russell, 3-8-0-0; Collins 
William E., Jr., 4-0-0; Colllnsworth, Kenneth, 2-0-0-0' 
Combs, Edward T., 0-4-0-2: Cook, Ra\-mond, 3-1-0-0- 
Cooper, Warren, 1-0-0-0; Cooper, Willie V., '6-1-1-0; Coovert' 
Mike, 3-2-0-0; Cottrell, David, 5-6-0-0; Crager Bobby F ' 
9-4-0-0; Crooks, Bobby Evans, 4-1-0-0; -Crouse, James W " 
Viv X' 5.''°^^''^- ■William Michael, 2-0-0-0; Cummins, Howard' 
0-2-1-0; Curnutte, Ivan, 2-0-0-0; 

Damron Chuck, 1-0-0-0; Daniel, Robert W., 6-6-0-0- 
Dpniels, Robert A.. 6-5-1-0; Daughertv, Roger F 0-1-1-0- 
Davenport, James E., 3-7-7-0: Davis, Bunny, 6-2-2-'0; Davis' 
Dennis R 0-3-0-0; Davis, Harold T.. 3-2-0-0; David. Morgan' 
nii'n" ■?'',?"• J?,^Ty 'W- 1-0-0-0: Decker, Dennis L.', 
°,'i'l'^- S?!^-. William L., 1-2-0-0; Denton. William D 
4-0-0-0; Dickison, Ruddie L.. 21-8-0-0; Dill J Roger 
?'? 2'i' 2'"?"id. Duane, 0-1-0-0; Downs, Joseph W ' 
0-2-0-0; Duckworth. Jimmy, 1-1-0-0: Duerson W r' 
5-4-0-0; Duncan. James T., 0-15-1-2; Durbin, Rov 4-6-4-0- 
Dwyer, James E., Jr,, 0-8-0-0; 

Elliott, Billy A.. 1-4-1-0; Elliott, Carroll L., 24-2-0-0- 
Ellison, Johnny, 1-0-0-0: Elmore, Robert, 1-0-1-0; Emery' 
?%°I~^^- J"?-"^"' Evans, Lewis, 3-0-0-0; Evitts. Harold E ' 
4-0-0-0; EyI. Eddie. 1-7-0-0; 

„ „ Jannln. Charles E., 2-2-1-0: Farmer, Joseph Tvler 
>"?"2"1- l^rre". George A., 1-2-0-0; Feeback, Samuel' W ' 
4-4-0-0; Fennell. Robert E., 3-5-4-0; Fenton. Don J 
o 1"2"2' S?U^- ■Walker D., 0-1-1-0; Fields, Ronald m' 
8-3-0-0; Fisher, Larry "Joe", 0-2-0-0; Flvnn, Joseph L 
9-3-1-0; Ford, Eddie. 0-2-0-0; Forker, Maurice 1-1-0-0- 
Foust, Ray, Jr.. 9-7-0-0; Francis. William Lewis' 0-3-0-0- 
Frankel. Louis S,. 11-6-0-0; Freeman. Joe T. 2-2-0-0- Fultz' 
Jerry A.. 2-7-2-1; 

Gaines. Curtis. 14-0-0-0; Gardner, Gary M 3-19-0-0- 
Garland, Larrv A.. 0-1-0-0: Gartin, Robert B 1-0-0-0- 
Gash. James Ed-win. 1-4-0-0: Gaskin, Donald w' 3-5-1-0- 
Gibson. Gary L.. 0-3-1-0: Gibson. James D., 2-1-0-0: Gibson' 
Robert R.. 1-9-0-0; Gillasple. Robert, 1-0-0-0: Giordano Al' 
3-0-0-0: Glass. Frank. Jr., 0-6-0-0: Goetz. Herbert 10-12'-0-0-' 
Goff. Cecil. 7-2-0-0; Goodman. Bennie Ray. 5-1-0-0; Grace 
Garland. 3-2-1-0: Gray. Kenneth Bruce, 5-13-0-0- Gray' 
Paul Edward. 5-6-0-0: Grav. R. Keith. 3-1-0-0; Green' 
Donald P.. 13-11-1-0; Greer. Raymond W.. 5-10-0-0; Griffith' 
Edwin Dale. 6-4-0-0; Gross. ,Toe, 0-0-1-2; Gupton Lawrence' 
7-0-1-0: Gwynn, Frederick L.. 0-4-0-0; 

Hale. Richard F.. 0-5-0-1: Hall. Michael L.. 8-1-0-0: Hall 
Roger. 0-0-1-1; Hamilton. Mike D., 1-0-0-0: Handlev 
Woodie. 10-0-0-0; Hanna. Mark, 0-4-0-0; Harbolt Arthur 
Lee, Sr., 0-1-1-0; Hardin. Don G.. 9-2-0-0: Hardin. William 
10-1-0-0: Hargrove. Robert B., 1-4-0-0; Harmon, Girard K, 
1-3-0-0; Harris David L. 1-1-0-0: Harris. Robert, 1-1-0-0; 
Harris, Terry Lee. 0-0-1-0: Hawkins, David S. 0-1-0-1; 
Hayes, Bob. 4-2-0-0: Heaberlin. Bill, 5-3-0-0: Henderson 
Charles Adrian. 8-1-0-0: Hendrix. Jack. 1-1-0-0: Henry 
.Tames D., 0-0-3-0; Henson. Don R.. 4-0-1-0: Henson. James 
Pavton, 3-0-0-0: Herbert, Jesse L.. 1-1-0-0: Hildabrand 
Ger.ild W.. 2-11-1-0: Hill. Archie B . 6-0-0-0; Hill, Terrv, 
0-3-0-0: Hilton. Blllv. 2-0-0-0: Hilton. Dudley R 5-2-0-0- 
Hlna. Henry B.. 2-11-1-0; HInton. Henry E., 1-1-2-0: Hobbs 
Joe. 0-1-1-0; Holt, Larry K., 5-5-0-0; Hord, Ronnie, 1-1-0-0; 



Hord, Tracy, 5-3-0-0; Horton, John, 4-12-0-0; Howard 
Murph, 0-1-1-0; Hubbs, Sonny, 7-3-0-0; Hudson, Douglas 
11-3-2-0; Huffman, John P., 1-9-0-0; Hurst. Terry, 0-4-1-0; 
Hurt, Thomas C, 4-5-0-0; 

Ingraham, Gary J„ 2-1-0-0: 

Jackson, Donald, 0-6-0-0: James, David W., 1-1-0-0; 
Johnson, Eddie Eugene, 1-5-0-0: Johnson, Lerov, 14-2-0-0; 
Jones, Frank, 9-0-0-0; Jones, Harold, 1-7-0-1; Jones, James 
Michael, 3-1-0-0; Jones, Joe S., 6-0-0-0; Joseph, Hershel, 
7-5-0-0; Jump, Frank E., 0-1-0-0; Justice, Paul W., 3-0-0-0; 

Kasey, Mike, 1-0-0-0; Kasperski, Harry W., 3-7-0-1; 
Kaufman, Alvin R,, 9-13-1-1; Keeling, Reuben, 0-10-0-0; 
Kelly, Larry, 0-0-1-0; Kennedy, LaVelton, 2-0-0-0: Kidwell, 
James, 1-4-0-0; Kimmel, Jerry, 15-2-0-0; Kinch, Marvin N., 
2-2-0-0; King, James A., 3-2-1-0; King, Ronnie W., 1-4-0-0; 
Kinney, Paul C, 14-3-0-0: Kirk, 'Charles F., 1-0-0-0; Kovacs, 
Paul M., 1-6-0-0; Kuerzi, Alfred M., 0-1-0-0; Kuhl, Law- 
rence, 1-0-0-0; 

Lamb, James Gary. 0-1-0-0; Lamb, Paul W., 6-4-0-0; 
Lamb, Stacy W„ 1-4-2-1; Lambert, Iryin, 5-11-0-1; Lee, 
Bill, 1-0-0-0; Lee, Gary R.. 1-1-0-0: Leigh. Eugene F.. 
8-3-0-0; Lile. Clvde F., 5-4-0-0; Llndenberger, John B.. 
0-2-0-0: Link, Jesse W.. 9-0-0-0: Littlepage, Pryce B., 
0-1-0-0: Lloyd, Vanous P., 2-1-0-0: Logan, Mike, 6-4-0-0: 
Louden, James R.. 1-2-0-0; Lvkins, Joe Daniel, 2-8-1-0; 
Lynch, Lester F.. 7-1-0-0: Lynch, Merle F., Jr.. 0-4-0-0; 

McBride, W. Kenneth. 5-6-1-0: McCamish, Danny L., 
2-6-0-0; McClelland, John M., 0-3-1-0: MeClure, Jerry T„ 
1-2-4-0; McConnell, Michael J.. 0-3-0-0: McCord, Flovd D., 
2-4-4-0; McDowell, Charles V.. 6-0-0-0: Mcintosh, Charles, 
10-1-1-0; McKinnev, Tonv, 8-0-0-0: McQueary, Ralph, 
1-1-0-0; 

Marion, James L., 2-0-0-0: Markham. Stan, 1-0-0-0; 
Marlette, Ronald L., 0-10-0-0; Marshall, Barry J.. 0-5-0-0; 
Martin. Roger K., 9-3-0-0: Mason. George, 0-8-10-4: Mason, 
Luther Gentry 0-1-0-0: Mattingly, Charles, 6-2-0-0; Mays, 
Kent, 0-2-0-0; Metcalf, Ken, 9-6-1-1; Mevers, John F., 
2-14-0-1; Midileton. Johnny, 1-4-0-0; Milak, Joseph R., 
0-3-0-0; Milby, W. C 21-1-0-1; Mitchell, Edward D., 
4-1-1-0; Moonevhan. James H., 6-2-0-0: Morgan, Richard, 
21-R-l-O: Morgan, William. 2-3-0-0: Morris. Elton Dean. 
3-1-0-0: Morris. T. John. Jr., 3-2-0-0; Morrison, Daniel, 
lO-,-; 0-0; Morse, Ricnard K,. 5-2-0-0: Mosley. Ted, 0-10-3-0; 
Mulligan, J, T., 9-9-1-0; Mullins, Ronnie, 10-2-0-0; Murphy, 
David Gary, 1-0-0-0; 

Nash, Lloyd Ray, 3-3-0-0; Neal, Alan, 2-1-0-1; New- 
some, Ronald. 2-0-0-0: Noland. Douglas, 0-1-0-0: Norwood, 
Thomas R.. 11-13-0-0; Nucci, Donald D., 5-5-1-0; 

Omer, Harold G.. 0-6-1-0; Omer, William Keith, 0-9-0-0; 

Padgett, R, K.. 0-10-0: Paiko, Edward, 10-1-0-0: Par- 
due, Eugene, 4-0-0-0; Pardue, Israel L., 4-12-1-0: Pence, 
Wilbur E., Jr., 0-0-1-0; Pendygraft, Doug, 5-5-0-0; Penner, 
Merritt D.. Jr.. 2-0-0-0; Perkins. Jerry L., 2-8-0-1; Peters. 
W. A.. 4-0-1-0; Petett, Joe L., 2-1-0-0; Phelps, Clovis, Jr., 
1-1-0-0; Pletrowski, Paul, 0-1-0-0; Pilcher, Dennis, 8-14-0-0: 
Pollock, Robert G., 10-1-0-0; Powell, Kellice M., 0-1-0-0; 
Powers, Clark V., 1-10-0-0; P'Pool, Steve K., 4-1-0-0; 
Prather. Lee R., 8-2-0-0: Price, Patrick E.. 1-0-0-0; Primm, 
James T., 9-8-2-0: Proffitt, Herbert, 0-1-0-0; Purcell, Jim, 
2-6-0-0; Pursiful, Larry, 23-7-0-0; 

Qualk, Bud, 0-2-0-0 

Raines, J. W.. 5-1-1-0: Ramev, Gary Garland, 2-2-0-0: 
Ray, Collis, R., 1-1-0-0; Reece, Donald Allen, 6-10-0-0: 
Reed, Wesley C, 0-5-0-0; Reid. Don. 1-2-0-0; Reif, Harry 
P., 7-3-0-0: Reihing. Dan. 0-5-1-0: Rhodes. Don Joseph. 
1-8-0-0; Richards, Ed, 1-3-0-0; Rigg, Ronald L., 0-1-0-0: 
Rilev, James D., 1-3-1-0; Rin^. Bill, 2-0-0-0: Rison, Johnny 
B , 9-2-0-0: Robbins, Michael Joseph, 0-13-0-0; Roberts, 
Harry, 3-2-1-0: Robertson. Julian. 7-0-0-0; Rogers. Eldridge, 
16-8-0-0; Rogers, Michael Alan, 4-1-0-0: Roller, Otis C 
2-1-0-0; Romanello, Daniel J., 6-1-0-0: Ronshausen, Tex, 
2-0-1-2; Rovce, Walter L., 1-0-0-0; Rudolph, Phillip L., 
3-0-0-0: Ruhe, R. Douglas, 0-1-0-0; Runyon, Tommy Dean, 
4-0-0-0; 

Sallee, Donald, 1-5-0-11; Salsburv, Don, 7-0-0-0: Salver, 
Henrv E., 1-3-10; Sammons, John I.. 2-0-0-0; Sands. Mar- 
vin, 0-4-0-0: Sandusky. Jerry. 14-2-1-0: Sargent. Steven F., 
0-2-0-0; Satterlv. U G., 0-1-1-1: Saviors, Carlee, 5-4-0-0; 
Schultz. Harold 8-15-1-0; Scott, Sidney, 1-7-0-0; Scott, 
Travis Paul, 5-7-0-0; Shallcross, Warren. 0-0-3-0; Sharp, 
Ronnie, 4-1-1-0; Shaver, Perry A., 0-1-0-0; Shaw, Earl, 
3-0-0-0; Shetler, Vernon G., 0-1-0-0: Shipp. David E., 
0-1-2-0: Singleton, Jim, 0-5-1-0; Sinkhorn. D. Richard, 
10-5-0-0; Sines, Robert L., Jr., 3-2-0-0: Slone, Burgen, 
1-1-2-0; Smith. Bcnnv. 5-0-0-0: Smith, Michael D.. 1-2-0-0; 
Smith. Richard 13-2-0-0: Smith, Wayne N.. 10-2-0-2: Smith, 
Willard N., 17-2-1-0; Smoot. Dick, 5-0-0-0; Stacy, John L., 
11-3-1-0; Stanley, O. A.. 11-0-0-0; Staten. David L,, 1-1-0-0: 
Staten, Gordon L.. Jr.. 3-0-0-0: Steele. George. 4-3-3-0; 
Stephenson. Harrv S.. 4-1-0-0: Stethen, Jim, 3-1-0-0: Steven- 
son, Kelly, 1-0-0-0; Stevenson. Michael G., 3-8-1-0: Stivers, 
Franklin. 10-3-0-0: Stone. Garv Frank, 1-6-2-1: Stone, 
Kirbv, 4-5-0-0: Stout, Louis, 8-5-0-1; Strain, Richard P., 
7-4-0-0; Streible, Ronnie D., 0-1-0-0; Strickland, Herbert 
C. 2-7-0-0: Strohofer, Raymond A.. 1-0-0-0: Strong, Paul, 
0-5-0-2; Stuart, Tei'vance R. 3-9-0-0; Stull, Beniamin C„ 
6-9-0-0; Suhr, C. Georee. 0-0-1-0; Sumner, Carl, 6-4-0-0; 
Swinford, James W.. 0-2-2-0; 



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Taylor. Aubrey. 0-1-0-0; Tavlor. Carl D.. 0-3-0-1; Tay- 
lor. Dan C, Jr., 11-1-1-0; Taylor, John O.. 1-7-1-0; Thomas 
Bill. 0-3-0-0; Thompson, James R.. 0-9-0-0; Thompson. 
William G.. 1-3-0-0; Thornton. Brvce. 5-5-0-0; Trimble. 
James D.. 7-2-7-0; Trussell, Terry, 6-0-2-0; Tucker, Claude 
G.. 0-1-0-0; Tucker. David, 2-2-0-0; T\Te. Don C, 6-1-1-0; 
Taylor, Jerome De.in, 7-2-0-0; 

Upton, Leon. 13-0-0-1; Urlage. Richard, 9-1-0-0; 

Varner. Ray G., 3-4-0-0; Vincent, Dale V., 1-5-0-1; 
Vincent, Jesse C 0-2-0-0; VanZant, Russell N.. 0-1-0-0 

Walker. Joe D.. 0-6-0-0; Waller. Bobbie E.. 2-4-0-1; 
Ward, Tommy, 0-3-0-0; Washer. Jamie Don, 2-2-0-0; Wayne. 
Bill T.. 1-0-0-0; Weber. Nicholas J.. 1-0-1-0; Wells, James 
M., 0-1-0-0; Wells. Wa\Tie, 11-2-1-0; Werner, John M., 
8-0-0-0; White. John Stanley. 0-2-2-1; White. Roger C. 
0-3-0-0; Williams. Bobbv G." 19-2-1-4; Williams. Buford, 
Jr., 0-1-0-0; WUUams. S. Jack, 4-1-0-0; Williams, WiUie H.. 
0-11-0-1; Williamson. Junior. 3-6-2-0; Willis, Dewavne 
1-0-0-0; Wilson, Philip M.. 0-6-1-0; Winfrey, Shelby,' 27- 
2-0-0; Wingfield, Felix G., 7-2-0-0; Wiseman, Melvin" 13-6- 
1-1; Withers, Hohert, Jr., 1-1-0-0; Wolfe, Chris, 1-0-0-0; Wol- 
ford, W. D., 1-0-0-0; Wood. Richard M., 4-0-0-0; Wood, 
Thomas David, 0-15-0-0: Wren, Bethel, 10-1-1-1; Wright, 
J. B., 5-4-0-0; Wright, John David, 2-2-0-0; Wvlie, Wa^•ne 
T,. 9-1-0-0; 

Yonts, James B., 4-11-2-0; 

Zibart, Sig, 0-2-0-0; Zimheld, Leonard. 2-12-2-0 



The Athletic Director 

(Continued from Page One) 
are good evidence of this. It would seem that 
successful as we have been, our athletic programs 
carry the seeds for their own self-destruction. 
Many well meaning people today, in their over 
zealous desire to promote specific sports may very 
well be spelling doom for high school programs. 
It is quite possible that youth hockey programs 
today are so highly organized for elementary and 
junior high age boys that there will be nothing 
left in the way of a satisfactory athletic experience 
in a high school program. My athletic director has 
a responsibility to work toward sound community 
programs which will keep athletics in the proper 
per.spective. This necessitates his active involve- 
ment in a variety of community organizations and 
activities. The athletic director's public relations 
obligations then are among his top priority items. 
The community, and especially the parents, must 
understand what the school athletic program is 
attempting to achieve. The athletic director is 
the person to bring that concept to them. In those 
communities where there are separate school and 
community recreation programs, the athletic direc- 
tor must be the school liason man. I believe school 
sponsored programs are best. If the school has a 
sound program, it is difficult for a community 
program to begin. The athletic director then must 
be perceptive as to the needs of the community 
and its boys, and initiate within the school sound 
programs, 

6. A new dimension of athletics has recently 
confronted us all. I refer to the current renewed 
interest in girls athletics. We probably have ne- 
glected far too long our responsibility to provide 
a competitive atmosphere for girls in our athletic 
programs. I don't believe this new program can 
be allowed to develop independently of the boys 
program. I believe it is a mistake for schools to 
separate the two programs. I expect my athletic 
director to administer the girls' program as well 
as the boys'. This may very well prove to be his 
most difficult task. I expect him to give the girls 
a fair break. This will mean our facilities will 
have to be scheduled tighter than ever before. 
It will mean some adjustment in the boys pro- 
gram. It will certainly follow that there is great 
potential for conflict between the coaches of boys 
and girls sports. It will take nothing short of a 
magical ability to resolve some of the problems. 
Whether the athletic director accepts it or not, 



girls programs are growing and will receive more 
emphasis in the future. My athletic director had 
better be prepared to cope with the situation. 

7. I expect my athletic director to work to- 
ward a position where he can coordinate the 
athletic program of the entire district. While I 
beheve relativelj' few athletic directors have au- 
thority and responsibility in K-12 situations, he 
must either formally or informally be in a posi- 
tion to influence what is done in athletics through- 
out the school system. As we all know, our success 
at the senior high level is highly correlated with 
the junior high and elementary programs of the 
district. He must develop good rapport with ele- 
mentary and junior higli administrators who are 
many times not anxious to take direction from the 
senior high school. He must get them interested 
in the total program. They must be encouraged to 
attend contests at the senior high school. They 
must be given their fair share of credit for senior 
high successes. Above all. they must be reminded 
constantly of their obligation to provide activities 
which will enhance the cause of interscholastic 
activities as their students come into the senior 
high school. 

8. I expect my athletic director to manage 
all home contests. This is his 100% responsibility. 
This implies attendance at all home games. This 
responsibility includes crowd control, ticket sales, 
officials and facility arrangements. I am fully 
aware of the demands this places on his time, 
especially during the winter season, however, I 
see no other way. Tlie responsibility is his. It is 
most difficult to delegate. For this he must be 
adequately compensated. A principal has a real 
obligation to an athletic director in this respect. 
He must .see that time is available during the 
school day for preparations for home contests. 
He must see that the bud.get is adequate to pro- 
vide the necessary assistance the athletic director 
will need. In my own school, as the athletic budget 
becomes a more critical factor than ever before 
as a part of the entire school budget, I will find 
it necessary to have him assume a greater role 
*han in the past regarding budget development 
?nd administration. 

9 I expect my athletic director to be a 
"counselor" both in regard to coaches and to ath- 
letes. The athletic director should visit indivi- 
dually with each head coach, at least once before 
the season, once during the season and once fol- 
lowing the season. I am talking about reasonably 
formal sessions. Coaches should be allowed to 
voice concerns and make their needs knovm. The 
athletic director needs to make constructive, posi- 
tive suggestions about the individual programs. 
I believe a meeting held after the season can be 
the most constructive. At this time the coach 
should be praised when praise is deserved and 
also made aware of anv deficiencies. The athletic 
director certainly has this obligation to all coaches. 
He must be available to athletes as well. Boys 
having difficulty in school as well as in athletics 
can usually profit from a session with the ath- 
letic director. He can avoid the emotion which 
many times prevails when coaches and athletes 
must face problems together. He is more apt to 
see the total picture as far as the athlete's welfare 
is concerned. He is also in the best position to 
make parental contacts when this becomes necess- 
ary. I believe many athletic directors are the most 
successful counselors in a school system. 

10. I expect my athletic director to assist me 
in the staffing of new coaches. It is only con- 
sistent that if the athletic director is to take 



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primary responsibility for the athletic program, 
he will Iveep his "ear to the ground" regarding 
Each year I expect my athletic director to give me 
a list of recommended coaching assignments for 
the coming vear. If new coaches are to be hired, 
I involve him in the interviewing process. I expect 
he will keep his "ear to the ground" regarding 
available candidates should vacancies develop on 
our staff. Once the coaches are given their as- 
signment. I expect him to supervise them, just as 
I supervise a teacher in a classroom. If a coach 
does not do the job. I expect my athletic director 
to tell me and together we can take appropriate 
action. 

In summary. I have high expectations for my 
athletic director, I expect him to be a part of a 
team which assists me in the operation of our 
high school. In many respects his job is similar 
to that of the assistant principal. I believe the 
very nature of his job demands that he be given 
responsibility and aulhorily to carry out that re- 
sponsibility. 

I expect him to be hard working, understand- 
ing in his dealings with athletes and coaches, hard 
nosed when it is time to be hard nosed, sympa- 
thetic to all aspects of the school program, and 
certainly a winner in his approach to his duties. 



Films 

(Continued from Inside Front Cover) 

Demonstrates and teaches several approved 
techniques. Wrist and firm wrist swings, tap and 
stroke methods of applying momentum to the 
ball and how to play uneven greens. 
SAVING STROKES WITH SAM SNEAD, s-c-a 1 

reel, $2.00 

Golf champion Sam Snead illustrates his grip, 
his stance, his swing on each of several types of 
golf situations. Slow motion and "freeze" shots 
help to clarify the instruction. Shots and driver, 
brassie, and various irons for difficult lies are 
illustrated and finally his putting technique is 
.shown. 
WELCOME TO GOLF-UNIT I. j-s-c-a, 11.4 reels 

(13 min). color. $4.50 

Motivates the student to want to play golf. 
Shows him how to learn and what is expected of 
him. Helps him understand the game, the golf 
course and the equipment. 

Gymnaslics 

BEGINNING TUMBLING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min ) 

S2.00 

Presents the two basic progressions in tumbl- 
ing — the inverted balance and roll progressions. 
Accompanying demonsorations of flips and stands 
(singly and in combination) emphasize skillful 
execution. 
GYMNASTICS PART 1, j-s-c-a. 1 V2 reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introduces the basic principles of gymnastics 
and follows the routines developed by polished 
performers on the parallel bars, the rope climb, 
and the long horse. Attention is given to the rolls, 
handstands, and handsprings, twists and somer- 
saults that are basic to tumbling. (Hoefler) 
GYMNASTICS, PART II, j-s-c-a, 1 ',A reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introducing the gymnast to the fundamentals 
of free exercise routines. Stresses the importance 



of smooth action as well as strength, form, bal- 
ance, and ability to develop the difficult routines. 
Demonstrates rings, side horse, and the high bar. 
(Hoefler) 

INTERMEDIATE TUMBLING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 
min.), $2.00 

Demonstrates twenty stunts in handspring, 
balance, and somersault progressions and safety 
precautions are given to prevent accidents or in- 
juries while teaching technique and form. 
SIMPLE STUNTS, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min.), $2.00 
Provides instructions in the healthful group 
activities that require little or no equipment. 
Demonstrates simple stunts for strength and skill 
and emphasizes safety precautions. 
TUMBLING FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS: COM- 
PANION STUNTS, j-s-c-a, 2 reels (20 min.). 
$1.00 

Seventeen stunts are demonstrated and the 
importance of coordination and timing is empha- 
sized. 

Injuries 

TEAM PHYSICIAN, j-s-c-a, 3 reels (28 min.), color 

$1.00 

The message is aimed at physicians, coaches, 
athletes and parents. Includes five regulations 
which are concerned with preventing injuries as 
well as treating them when they occur. (KHSAA) 

Swimming 

BACK STROKE, e-j-s-c-a. Pi reels (15 min.), 

$3.00 

Good body position and efficient arm action 
are the basis for the fine performance. Special 
attention is given to the start and the turn. Effec- 
tive use is made of animation, stop action and 
slow motion. 

BEGINNING SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 
Through scenes photographed both above and 
beneath the surface of the water, basic techniques 
of swimming for beginners are demonstrated. 
Land and water drills involving kicking, breathing 
floating, padding and stroking and pulling with 
the arm practiced separately, then coordinated as 
the swimmer learns the American crawl. The back 
float, back stroke, and breast stroke are also 
illustrated and explained. 

BREAST STROKE. SIDE STROKE AND UNDER- 
WATER SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, $2.00 
This film presents the conventional breast 
stroke, timing and strokes, and the kick. 
BUTTERFLY, e-j-s-c-a, H- reels (16 min.), $3.00 
Newest and most challenging of the swimming 
strokes is examined in detail. Making use of slow 
motion underwater photography, the arm action 
and dolphin kick are analyzed. Correct timing be- 
tween arms and leg action is vital to performance. 
Reasons for timing are clearly explained. 

CHAMPIONSHIP SIMMING: PERFECTING 
TECHNIQUE, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, (19 min.), col- 
or, $5.50 

Outlines briefly the program and training 
methods used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that 
may be used by anyone to train swimmers. The 
techniques illustrated, such as weight, training, 
circle training, pace clocks, bench and soroke work, 
and interval training, when properly applied in 
the appropriate circumstances, will all prove bene- 
ficial in perfecting swimming style. 
CRAWL STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 



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The basic principles of the stroke are pre- 
sented in this film. The arm stroke, the kick, and 
the breathing are demonstrated. This film also 
includes slow motion shots underwater. 
DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel. $2.00 

After a brief history of the sport of diving, the 
following points are explained and demonstrated: 
the hurdle jump, determining the correct distance, 
proper arm action, correct way of landing on the 
feet, proper takeoff and lift, correct entry into 
the water. The backward dive is also taught, in- 
cluding lift, arching the body, and entry into the 
water. The motion is stopped at various points to 
enable detailed study of form. 
DOLPHIN KICK, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

An excellent swimmer, an underwater camera 
and carefully devised teaching demonstrations in- 
troduce the new swimming techniques known as 
the dolphin or fishtail kick. Analyzing the body 
movemets used in the dolphin kick, the film 
stresses the importance of practice for mastery of 
this efficient speedy kick. 

DROWN PROOFING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (9 min.), col- 
or, $4.50 

Shows how to stay afloat and travel in water 
even if you have never learned to swim. Ninety- 
nine per cent (99"r) of all men and about ninety- 
nine point nine per cent (99'~f) of all women can 
remain on the surface in fresh water without 
moving, as can nearly all children. 
I'M NO FOOL IN WAtER, p-e-j-a, 1 reel (8 min.), 

color, $3.00 

Jimmy Cricket illustrates the "do's" and 
"don'ts" of water safety precautions. Points out 
the basic rules: wait at least two hours after eat- 
ing, stay out when water is too cold, never swim 
alone, and dive only when you know the water 
is deep enough. 
SPRINT CRAWL, e-j-s-c-a, P/4 reels (14 min.), 

$3.00 

Underwater photography plus animation de- 
monstrate the dynamics of moving solid bodies 
through water and the resistance factors that 
must be overcome. You see the employment of 
arms and legs as well as entire l^ody for speed, 
streamlining power. Championship racing starts 
breathing techniques, and turns are shown in slow 
motion. 
SWIM AND LIVE, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $2.00 

Men of the Army Air Force at Miami are 
taught to swim from floating to swimming through 
burning oil. The film is useful for pre-induction 
instruction and for safety classes as well as for 
general programs. 
SWIMMING BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, l'^ reels, 

(18 min.), color, $1.00 

The first film ever produced to demonstrate 
the interpretation of the rules of swimming. 
Official procedures for starting, stroke judg- 
ing, turn judgmg, finish judging and timing 
are illustrated. Divers in action show numerous 
faults and how much each fault lowers the diver's 
score. (KHSAA) 

Tennis 

ADVANCED TENNIS, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 
While working with a tennis pupil. Bill Tilden 
narrates and demonstrates, showing advanced 
techniques of tennis. 

BEGINNING TENNIS, e-j-s-c-a, in reels (14 
min.), $2.50 

Shows how the tennis instructor teaches ten- 
nis to beginning and advanced students. Includes 
an analysis of the basic fundamentals of tennis — 
serving, forehand and backhand drive, forehand 



and backhand volley, and the smash. Shows actual 
play situations in which these fundamentals are 
emphasized, and also includes individual demon- 
stration and analysis. 

Track 
THE BROAD JUMP, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Controlled speed-timing and coordination — 
development of legs and torso — mobiUty of pelvis 
and hips, one, two, three style — footroll — single 
and triple air stride — soft versus hard take off — 
arm position. 
DISCUS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Principle of centrifugal force — muscle devel- 
opment for side arm throw — grips — finger roll — 
heel of thumb pressure — finger exercise — clock- 
wise spin — hip snap — reverse and non-reverse 
styles. 
DISTANCE RACES, s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Races from 1,000 to 10,000 meters and steeple 
chase are demonstrated. Style of distance runner 
is contrasted with that of dash man. Difference in 
typical physiques are shown. Slow motion pho- 
tography is used to analyze movements. 
DISTANCES, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Style — developing stamina — calisthenics — 
avoid shin splint — controlled tension — forward 
knee reflex — straight line running — automatic 
stride. 
THE HURDLES, j-s-c-a, 1 reel $2.00 

Basic hurdling styles — rear hip and leg action- 
rhytiimic running — hurdling, caHsthenics, body 
balance — correct clearance — circular stepover ac- 
tion — adapting styles of physiques. 
JUMPS AND POLE VAULT, s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Demonstrations from actual competition are 
shown for running high-jump; running broad 
jump; hop, step and jump; and pole vault. Slow 
motion photography is used for detailed study of 
form. 
MAKING THE MILE, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min.), 

color, $2.50 

Discusses what it takes to run the gruel- 
ing mile and be a winner. Shows rouintes, 
mental attitude and the discipline. 
MIDDLE DISTANCES, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Sprinting techniques-ball of foot running-Au 
tomatic stride — pendulum and bicycle stride — ex- 
ercise — counterbalanced arm action — push drive — 
jockeying for position. 
POLE VAULT, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic vaulting principles — importance of ex- 
ercises — running action — grip — selecting the pole- 
take-off- Western and Eastern style — slotting — 
novice training. 
THE RELAYS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Passing — visual pass — blind pass — right and 
left exchange — merging of runners speed — baton 
grips — relay starts, under hand action — cup style — 
overhead sprint pass-fly scoop — practice and 
team work. 
THE SPRINTS, j-s-c-a, 2 reels $3.00 

Fundamentals of 100 yard and 200 yard dash 
— impact style and natural stretch stride — syn- 
chronizing leg and arm action — conditioning exer- 
cises — starting techniques — slow motion of mus- 
cular utilization and coordination. 
SHOT PUT, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Fitting styles to physiques — tension control — 
one, two, three rhythm — exercises — finger and 
hand grip — finger and wrist snap — foot positions — 
progressive tension and effort — explosive hip 
snap. 

THIS IS TRACK AND FIELD, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
color, $1.00 
Uses the Olympic motto "Citius-Altius-For- 



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tius," "Swifter-Higher-Stronger," to introduce a 
varietj- of track and field situations. Helps offi- 
cials, coaches, pai'ticipants and fans to better un- 
derstand the basic rules of running, jumping, 
vaulting and throwing. 
TRACK AND FIELD TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 

(28 min.), color, $1.00 

This fast moving blend of action and instruc- 
tion spans the whole range of track and field 
competition. It covers meet administration, rules 
officiating and winnng performances by out- 
standing young athletes. (KHSAA) 

Wrestling 

JIU JITSU, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (13 min.), $1.00 

Demonstrates the effective, dangerous Jiu 
Jitsu defenses against knife, gun, club and mug- 
ging attacks. 
WRESTLING BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels 

(18 min.), color, $1.00 

Devoted to rules interpretations and officiat- 
ing procedures. A visual approach to the written 
rules is shown in sixty scenes. Guidelines for 
officiating such areas as takedowns, reversals, 
stalling, technical violations and illegal holds are 
presented. (KHSAA) 
WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP 1969. PARTS 1 

& II, j-s-c-a, 8 reels, color, silent, $2.00 

Shows the final matches in each of the twelve 
weight classes. North Hardin High School won 
the championship. Ed Brandon, a member of the 
winning team, was the most outstanding wrestler. 
(KHSAA) 
WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED., 

j-s-c-a, 2 reels, color, $1.00 

Interpretations given in Wrestling Officiating 
Illustrated have been made by the National Fed- 
eration members of the Joint Rules Committee. 
The film covers takedowns, reversals, escapes, 
leaving the mat, stalling, scoring and illegal holds 
such as body slam, bar arm, full nelson and chick- 
en wing. (Guidelines for officiating and inter- 
preting the rules are provided. In all there are 
sixty separate scenes of wresthng. This film will 
provide the much needed guidance and proper 
interpretations for interscholastic competition. 

Baseball 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1956, j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, color, $1.00 

The AU-Star Game of 1956 was played in Grif- 
fith Stadium at Washington. Stars of the American 
and National Leagues are pictured in action dur- 
ing the pre-game activities. Highlights of the game 
are shown as the National League wins by a score 
of 7-3. 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1958, j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, color, $1.00 

Twenty-five all-stars from the American 
League defeat an equal number of National Lea- 
gue greats by a score of 4-3 at Baltimore. Close- 
ups of the baseball stars of today and interesting 
plays of the game are shown in the film. (KHSAA) 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c- 

a, 2 reels, color, $1.00 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the 
Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis the National 
League conquered the American League by 6-5. A 
crowd of over 47,000 saw Wilhe Mays hit the 
first pitch of the game for a home run. (KHSAA) 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 

11,2 reels, color, $1.00 

The greats of the National League battle the 
stars of the American League in the new 26 mil- 
lion dollar Busch Stadium at St. Louis, The Na- 



tional League won the game in the tenth inning as 
Ned McCarver scored on a single by Maury Wills. 
Close-ups of the stars are shown as they warm up 
for each game. (KHSAA) 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e-j-s-c- 

a, 3 reels, color, $1.00 

The National and American League All-Star 
Game was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, 
home of the California Angels. The Phillies' Richie 
Allen homered in the first inning and Frank Rob- 
inson of Baltimore tied the score in the second. In 
the fifteenth inning Tony Perez of Cincinnati 
broke the tie and won the game for the National 
League by hitting a home run. (KHSAA) 
BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 

color, $1.00. 

This film shows the annual meeting at Coop- 
erstown, N. Y. when new names are added to the 
Hall of Fame list. Numerous stars of the past re- 
turn to the shrine each year at this time and are 
shown as their feats on the diamond are related. 
The history of Cooperstown and the purpose of 
the Hall of Fame are explained in the picture. 
BATTER UP, e-j-c-s-a, 2 reels (22 Min). color, 

$1.00 

Produced by National and American Leagues 
of Baseball. Shows the proper techniques of bat- 
ting as demonstrated by hitting stars of the majors 
Stan Musial, Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Ernie 
Banks, Willie Mays and others. 
BATTING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 

Basic skills which must be mastered before 
one becomes an accomplished hitter. But selection, 
stance, grip, stride, swing and follow-through are 
clearly demonstrated in this film by professional 
players. 
THE BATTING STARS OF BASEBALL, s-c-a. 3 

reels, $1.00 

Who are the big names among batters and 
what makes them good? Watch the featured hit- 
ters as shown in this film, learn the secrets of their 
styles and forms, and try it yourself. For clubs as 
well as classes. 
CATCHING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 

The basic skills in catching baseball are pre- 
sented in this film. How to catch a high rapid ball, 
a batted ball, a thrown ball, and a ground ball are 
shown. Stance motion and close-up photography 
are used to enable the viewer to follow each step 
or movement in each of the basic skills. 
CATCHING STARS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 2 

reels, $1.00 

This is a film designed to assist in the 
coaching of catchers but it is also interesting and 
entertaining. Correct methods and techniques of 
receiving, throwing, signaling and fielding are il- 
lustrated by BiU Dickey, Sherman LoUar, Yogi 
Berra and Roy CampaneUa. 
DEMOCRACY OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 

$1.00 

The purpose of this film is for further de- 
velopment of young baseball players in our 
modern democracy and illustrates this through 
sports and sports competition. This film includes 
a brief histoiy of baseball along with a cavalcade 
of past and present stars. 
DOUBLE-PLAY KINGS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, $1.00 

This film presents an analysis of the double- 
play in baseball. Different players from several 
major leagues are shown in action. Fielding, tag- 
ging, and throwing are illustrated and explained. 

(Continued in December ATHLETE) 



SINCE WE PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ABOUT 
50% OF THE SCHOOLS IN THE STATE, WE 
DO HAVE A COMMERCIAL INTEREST IN 
THE ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC PRO- 
GRAMS OF ALL OUR SCHOOLS. 

BUT OUR REAL INTEREST IS MUCH DEEP- 
ER. WE ARE VITALLY CONCERNED THAT 
GOOD CITIZENSHIP, A SPIRIT OF FAIR 
PLAY, AND A REAL SENSE OF PERSONAL 
RESPONSIBILITY BE INSTILLED IN THE 
YOUTH OF OUR DAY. 

WE BELIEVE THESE ARE THE QUALITIES 
THAT HAVE MADE AMERICA GREAT, AND 
ARE THANKFUL FOR OUR SCHOOLS AS 
THEY WORK TO CONTINUE THAT 
GREATNESS. 



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(Lefl to Righl) Fronl Row; C. Stewart, M, Moran, R. Gibbons, D. Koier, J. Burnette, J. Gibson, F. Vicini, 
R. Jordan. D. Ellington, C. Price, D. Atkinson. Seco^id Row: D. Hollin, J. Palko, T. Sheback, J. Koier, R. Price, 
S. Sorke. B. Elliott, M. Austin, R. Ellington, Third Row: F. Sizemore, J. Slusher, J. Roque, J. Vicini, G. Russell, 
E. Bandy, J. Ratchford, J. Boyle. C. Clark. B. Hall. Fourth Row: S. Steele, D, Caudill, M. Lowe, M. Dixon. C. 
Crosby. R. Chapman, J. Hawkins. H. Dunson. J. Price. Fifth Row: Mgr. G. Clark, Mgr. C. Jackson, Mgr. J. Felton. 

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Hamilton. Second Row: J. LeMaster. D. Van Hoose, B. Ward, B. Runyon, B. Stafford, J. Burton, T. Justice. M. 
Saunders. B. Van Hoose, M. Frary. T. Deskins, A. Blackwell. T. Spears. Third How: C. Preston, M. Stafford. B. 
Blackwell, C. Hernandez. M, Grim, T. Haney, M. Wiley, S. Williams, G. Hazelett. Fourth Row: L. Robinson, G. 
Eldredge, L. Eldredge, C. Spears, B. Cox, P. Hager, R. J. Williams, R. Preston, S. Cox. M. Rigsby. 

BELLEVUE— CLASS A, REGION 3, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Cheerleaders R. Walls, L. Moreland, K. McDole, L. Mendell, K. McDole, J. Rauh. 
Second Row: T. Luggen, D. Durso, J. Ball, M. Laake, D. Technow, J. Garner, D. Counts, V. Webb, L. Hamblin, 
G. Wagner. D. Sparks. Third Row: B. Harris, T. Linkugel, J. Sparks, G. Counts, D. Sorrell, T. Scheller, G. Tracy. 
Fourth Row: B. Class, D. Hurtl, D. Feldkamp, D. Franks, D. Camm, T. Helton, T. Koke, B. Weber. Fifth Row: 
M. Grainger, L. Parr. R. Hardi;n, J. Hausfeld, M. Brumback, D. Bezanson. Sixth Row: J. James, Coach First, 
Coach Rothfuss, Coach Bishop, Coach Wendel, Coach Lightfoof. R. Hardin, 



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Benefits Are Real 

By Clifford B. Fagan, Executive Secretary 
National Federation of State H.S.A. 

EARLIER THIS FALL two San Jose State 
College psychology professors named Bruce C. 
Ogilvie and Thomas A. Tutko reported with some 
emphasis the results of a study from which they 
concluded athletic participation does not contri- 
bute to the development of character. The report 
has been published in the October issue of Pvs- 
chology Today under the title. SPORT: IF YOU 
WANT TO BUILD CHARACTER, TRY SOME- 
THING ELSE. The Professors contend they found 
nothing to support the premise that sport "builds 
character"'. They write. "We found no empirical 
support to the tradition that sport builds char- 
acter . . . The personality of the ideal athlete 
is not the result of any molding process but it 
comes out of a ruthless selection process which 
comes out of all levels of sports." 

WE BELIEVE ATTENTION should be called 
to the fact that certain aspects of the report can 
be misleading. Whether this was intended or not 
is really of no importance to those of us who have 
a responsibility in the administration and conduct 
of interscholastic athletics. It is noted the title is 
phrased to attract maximum attention and to in- 
dicate participating in sports is not too beneficial 
to the player. 

IT IS "NECESSARY TO COMMENT on the 
report because of the frequent reference that par- 
ticipation in sports does develop character — whe- 
ther this reference be in jest or be made serious- 
ly. Comment is appropriate because of society's in- 
terest in "accountabilitj'." Thus, 'Why do we have 
interscholastic athletics?" "Are athletics desir- 
able?" "Is competition necessary?" are questions 
aslied. Unfortunately those who \ake a negative 
point of view are frequently more responsive and 
louder than those of us who accentuate the posi- 
tive. 

THE TESTING PROGRAM is said to have in- 
volved 15,000 athletes. Personnel from 27 profes- 
sional teams and from an unreported number of 
college and high school squads was included. We 
are not certain why the professionals were in- 
cluded. In so doing, the validity of the report can 
be seriously questioned. We are not aware that 
professional athletes are engaged in sport for the 
purpose of enhancing the character of the par- 
ticipant. To the credit of the professionals, they 
never make any claim that playing baseball, 
basketball, or football at their level contributes 
to character improvement or even to a more 
pleasing personality. It is universally acknow- 
ledged that professional sports are entertainment 
and are not educative in intent or purpose. In 
addition there are those studies whicli indicate 
convincingly that an individual's character is de- 
termined by the time of post-adolescence. Very 
few professionals, if any, could have their parti- 
cipation affect their character which lias been 
established by the time they enter a professional 
sport. 



THERE ARE MANY OF US WHO KNOW 
FROM EXPERIENCE that participation in ath- 
letics is rewarding to the participant. It is grati- 
fying to us that many eminent students of growth 
and development, including several leading psy- 
chologists, support this position. For example, 
Bruce L. Bennett of Ohio State University recent- 
ly wrote as follows, "Those of us in physical 
education and sports should never minimize the 
potential that exists in competitive athletics to 
improve human behavior. This potential is recog- 
nized and appreciated by many people outside our 
field. For example, psychologist Ernest Ligon dis- 
cussed the development of a wholesome person- 
ality and emphasized the need to dispell fear, 
anger, and greed. He stated the best way to avoid 
the growth of these psychologically destructive 
qualities is by fostering sportsmanship." Another 
psvchologist. Dr. Henry C. Link, wrote as follows 
in his book, A REDISCOVERY OF MORALS: 
"Fortunately, there are few areas in which the 
pedagogy of applied ethics still exists. Conspicuous 
among these is the field of competiti\'e games and 
sports. In the department of physical education 
the rules of tennis, hockey, basketball, track, 
and many others are scrupulously taught. All the 
specific rules of these gaines are ethical rules 
which rest on the underlying concept of sports- 
manship." Dr. Link is saying playing the game 
according to the rules is more important than 
winning. 

DOCTORS LIGON AND LINK ARE EX- 
AMPLES of two scholars who understand the 
purpose of interscholastic athletics. Their com- 
mitments indicate they strongly support athletics 
conducted ethically. They are but two of many 
psychologists who recognize a need for inter- 
scholastic athletics and support a program of 
sports. 

STATE ASSOCIATIONS THROUGHOUT 
THE NATION recognize that if competitive ath- 
letics are to accomplish their purpose, the.v must 
be conducted in a sportsmanlike attitude. Almost 
without exception. State Associations were or- 
ganized with this as one of the principal objec- 
tives. It is their purpose to maintain a sports- 
manlike atmosphere at interscholastic contests. 
There has been an extremely high degi-ee of 
success in the accomplishment of this purpose by 
State Associations. As a matter of fact, without 
State Associations assuming a regulatory respon- 
sibility in this area and without their disciplinary 
action, the interscholastic programs would be 
much less successful than they are now. Based 
upon the criteria of Doctors Ligon and Link, 
we feel reassured participants and spectators are 
deriving benefits in the area of sportsmanship 
from the interscholastic competition. 

IT IS SIGNIFICANT TO NOTE here that 
when a proposal for the elimination of varsity 
sports in Philadelphia was being considered re- 
cently, a great number of students, spectators as 
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DECEMBER, 1971 V OL. XXXIV— No^5 

PubUshed "monthly, except Ju^f, .:^'i ^"1^;,.''^ ^^^ 
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Office of Publication, Lexington. Ky 40501 
second class postage paid at Lexing^ton.^Kentucky^^ 

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Assistant Editor tfam RATSEL 

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BOARD OF CONTROL 
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V S Presid'e'nt"" - James T. Dotson (1968-1972), Pikeville 
Dirlcfors-J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Sta^on 
William C. Doan (1971-1975). Cynthiana; Lee T Mills 
(196"-1973) Frankfort; Richard Vincent (1969-1973), 
Stu%i= W P Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro; Roy L. 
Winchester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 

Su bscription Rate $1.00 per year 



REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. 1971 Football Participation List 

2. School's Report on Football Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



Delegate Assembly Members 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the 
forthcoming 1972 annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion were elected by the principals of K.H.b.A.A. 
member schools on ballots returned to the State 
Office before November 15. ihere were several 
ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. 
These ties were broken recently, with the dele- 
gates and alternates determined Dy lot. The names 
of the district representatives are as foUows: 
Delegates 
(1) Bobby McCord. (2) Bro. Bede KeUer, (3) 
Jimmy C. 'Wiggins, (4) Wilham A. Cothran, (5) 
Lorenza D. Davis, (6) Henry Holt, (7) Bob Rogers, 
(8) Neal R. Tucker (9) Hoy Long, (10) Ken Ar- 
buckle (11) Shelby C. Forsythe, (12) Bowman 
Davenport (13) John McCarley, (14) Joe Watkins, 
(15) Darrell Florence, (16) Randall Grider, (17) 
Ray Story (18) Carl Deaton. (19) Jack 'Waff, (20) 
Brooks Bates, (21) J. '\\^aymond Hackett, (22) Bro. 
Charles Blavat, (23) Denzil J. Ramsey, (24) Rev. 
Murray Phelan, (25) Foster J. Sanders, (26) John 
Gernert (27) 'W^ T. Klapheke. (28) George E. Mor- 
rison (29) George Valentine, (30) J. T. Stinson, 
(31) James Pack, (32) Shirley D. 'Wagoner, (33) 
Carlton Anderson, (34) Rev. Paul A. Arbogast, 
(35) Gene Sell, (36) Donnie Gaunce. (37) Jack 
Clifford, (38) Jarvis Parsley, (39) Robert L. Biddle, 
(40) David B, Cover, (41) Robert 'W. Hoagland, 
(42) Charles Kolasa, (43) G. B. Bell, (44) Jim Kiser, 
(45) Johnnie R. Laswell. (46) Norman McGuffey, 
(47) Eddie Brown. (48) Harold Storm, (49) David 
C Jackson. (50) Clyde Hill, (51) James A. Pursi- 
full (52) 'W C. McFarland, (53) D. C. Taylor, 
(54) John C. Stringer, (55) George Cornett, (56) 
Richard Jett (57) 'W. H. Conley. (58) Denzil Hal- 
bert, (59) Parker Tiller, (60) J. C. Young, (61) 
Buford Risner, (62) Andrew J. Fultz, (63) Jack D. 
Fugate, (64) 'Webb Young. 

Alternates 

(1) James H. Philhps. (2) Bob Buchanan, (3) 
Barney G. Thweatt, (4) Bobby G. Miller, (5) 
Dennis Cox, (6) 'WiUiam H. 'Womack. (7) Paul 
Stevens. (8) Mac Arthur. (9) Virgil Sublett, (10) 
Charles Eades. (11) Frank Reams. (12) Bill Lee, 
(13) Don Turner. (14) Kenneth Harvey, (15) Bruce 



Stewart, (16) Howai'd B. Keel, (17) Don Cothran, 
(18) Eugene E. Tate, (19) T. G. Florence, (20) 
Edward L. Cox, (21) Sam Robinson. (22) H. L. 
Hatfield. (23) 'W. J. Pickett, (24) Edwin K. Bin- 
ford, (25) George Sauer, (26) 'Walt Johnson, (27) 
Johnnie P. Lee, (28) A. K. Draut. (29) L. 'W. Mul- 
lins, (30) Donnie Van Meter. (31) Robert L. Clark, 
(32) David Stuart. (33) Norman Perkins, (34) Rev. 
Edwin B. Heile, (35) Bob Vanderpool, (36) Robert 
M. Gschwind, (37) E. G. Jones. (38) Henry Mes- 
cham, (39) Tom Creamer. (40) Bill Schott, (41) 
Gene 'Wright. (42) L. D. Knight, (43) Gerald 'Wal- 
ton, (44) Joe Prats, (45) Ray Hammonds. (46) 
Humphrey Elhott. (47) Phil Carter, (48) James 
Sears, (49) Buford Parkerson, (50) Jim Lankster, 
(51) C. E. Galloway, (52) Ed Miracle, (53) Danny 
Bates, (54) Dacker Combs, (55) George Francis, 
(56) Gordon F. Cook, (57) Paul 'Williams, (58) 
John Campbell, (59) Herman P. Ratliff, (60) Harold 
Birchfield, (61) Zane Collins. (62) Harlan R. Flem- 
ing, (63) Charles Banks. (64) Fred Madden. 

Wrestling Officials Rated 

Three wrestling officials have attained the 
Certified rating this year and ten have received 
the Approved rating. They are as follows: 

Certified — Jack D. Cline, Gary J. Ingraham, 
Robert O. 'Weenolsen. 

Approved — 'W^illiani B. Cox, Michael Givens, 
Thomas 'W. Hardy, Ted Holcomb. Alvin R. Kauf- 
man. Mark D. Lineberry. Larry Quinn, Bobby S. 
Terry. Larry Vogelsang. Lawrence 'Warren. 

Supplementary List of 

Registered Basketball Officials 

(List Compiled December 1) 

If Ihe telephone number is given for an official, it 
is the home phone ^number unless olherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Abney. Kenny. Rt. 5. Richiiiond, 623-5360, 623-2534 
Ackerniann. Joe. 6701 Santom Lane, Louisville. 239-9411 

454-0431 
Adams. Richard W., 218 WaddiU Avenue. Madisonville 

821-1381. 821-5246 
Aeee. Danny B.. Rt. 1. Belton. 476-8324. 476-9236 
Akemon. Rudy, Box 286, Hazard, 436-2813, 436-2141 
."Mford. Orville, 823 Tennessee Avenue, Pineville. 337-5985. 

337-2346 
Ashurst, Michael Lee. Wallins Creek. 664-3910 
Barber. Jack R.. 714 W. Main. Richmond. 623-9843 
Battoe. Darrvl S.. 2626 Meadow Drive. Louisville. 458- 

2380. 456-9859 
Battson. Donald H., Rt, 5, Richmond, 527-3302 
Bell, Gary Michael, 7422 Jamaica Drive. Louisville, 937- 

5123. 774-7292 
Bell. Henrv Burnett, 960 Waverly Drive, Lexington, 255- 

5108, 252-3955 
Bell, Russell G.. 152 Hickory Drive, Frankfort 
Berger, Richard Thomas, 11 Pleasant Ridge, Ft. Mitchell, 

331-1633, 431-1235 
Birchfield, Harold Wayne, 215':: Broadway, Irvine, 723- 

3049, 723-2194 
Blevins, Allen R., Box 168, Cumberland, 589-2233, 675-3311 
Bond, Harvey L.. 467 Pedretti Road. 'Cincinnati, Ohio, 

471-2040, 351-1700, Ext. 277 
Bone, Gerald Wavne, Rt. 5. Box 433, Elizabethtovvn. 

769-3203. 769-1560 
Booth, John T.. II, 1009 7th Street, Carrollton. 732-5285 
Borup, Alvin, Jr.. Uniontown. 822-4773. 425-3311, Evansville 
Hover, L. Robert. 2115 Georgian Way. Lexington, 278- 

8024, 278-8024 
Bovles. Paul E.. 809 Bellefonte Road, Flatwoods, 836-5497, 

■ 836-9332 
Braden, Joseph. Rt. 4. Hodgenville, 549-3594 
Brannock, Frank W.. 253 Elmwood Drive. Lexington, 

299-2154. 272-2411 
Bridgman. Don, Rt. 2, Monticello. 348-8521 
Broaddus. Cron J., Jr., Rt. 1. Bloomfield. 252-2091. 252- 

5702 
Brown. Harold S.. Warsaw. 567-4121 
Brown. Lvman D.. 2557 Clay Street. Paducah. 442-8944. 

443-1703 
Bruner, Jack C, Rt. 5, Box 93, London, 864-4322, 864-2701 



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The 1971 Cross Country 

The St. Xavier High School team won first 
place in the Class AAA Meet, held at Collings 
Estate, Louisville, on October 30. The Daviess 
County High School team won first place in the 
Class AA event, held on the same date. Ath. Dir. 
Eddie Weber of the Kentucky Academy managed 
the two meets. 

Tom Adams of Iroquois was individual cham- 
pion m Class AAA, Curtis Hopewell of Daviess 
County in Class AA. 

Team scores in Class AAA were as follows: 
St. Xavier. 56; Stuart, 79; Trinity, 79; Moore, 143; 
Iroquois, 1.56; Butler, 172; Ballard, 191; Male, 256. 

The order in which the first twenty-five run- 
ners finished is given below, including the times 
of the first ten. 

1-Tom Adams, Iroquois (9.52.5); 2-Terrell 
Pendleton, DeSales (9.54); 3-Dave Price , Trinity 
(10.01); 4-Chuciv Magera, St. Xavier (10.03); 5- 
Mark Markwell, St. Xavier (10.05); 6-Don Noe, 
Trinity (10.08); 7-Kennv Burden. Stuart (10-08)- 
8-Bill Weis, St. Xavier (10.10); 9-Larry DuMont, 
Western (10.11); lO-Terry Curtsinger, Fern Creek 
(10.12); 11-Rich Akam, Seneca; 12-John Wright. 
Moore; 13-Dave Buechler, St. Xavier; 14-Curt 
Milliman. Ballard; 15-Ricky Newton, Moore; 16- 
Jim Livers, Stuart; 17-Steve Peterson, Stuart- 
IB-Mike Green, Stuart; 19-Bob Eckerle, Trinity; 
20-Rick Coats; 21-Dennis Scheele, Stuart; 22- 
David Jaggers, Butler; 23-Steve Finch, Butler; 
24-David Hammer, Pleasure Ridge Park; 25-Steve 
Bowling, Pleasure Ridge Park. 

Team scores, in Class A A were as follows: 
Daviess County. 48; Owensboro. 102; Shelby Coun- 
ty, 218; Highlands, 240; Tates Creek, 267; Bryan 
Station, 273; Covington Catholic, 280; Meade 
County, 290; St. Mary, 297; Greensburg. 301; Adair 
County, 328; Harrison County, 422; Leitchfield 
442; Wayne County, 472; Bath County, 484; Bovd 
County, 516; Trigg County, 522. 

The order in which the first twenty-five run- 
ners finished is given below including the times 
of the first ten. 

1-Curtis Hopewell. Daviess County (9.49.1); 
2-Tom Edwards, Greensburg (9.49.3); 3-Virgil Da- 
vidson, Daviess County (9.54); 4-Ardell Hanley 
Daviess County (9.56); 5-Ron Berry, Daviess Coun- 
ty (9.56); 6-Tom Smith, Knox Central (9 59)- 7- 
Allan Stodghill, Shelby County (10.03); 8-Randv 
Milby, Greensburg (10.03); 9-Fioyd Jones Wayne 
County (10.07); 10-Steve Durbin, St. Mary (10.08); 
11-Charles Brown, Henderson County; 12-Michaei 
Briscoe. Bryan Station; 13-Stanley Clark. Oldham 
County; 14-Roy Ingram. Adair County; 15-Harley 
Trodglen. Owensboro; 16-Van Lashbrook. Owens- 
boro; 17-Robert Cregor, Louisville Country Day- 
18-Steve Smith. LaRue County; 19- Jamie Mc- 
Clure. Meade County; 20-Dave Holyoke Dixie 
Heights; 21 -Gary Clouse. Shelby County; 22-Tony 
Rowe, Owensboro; 23-Barry Ross, Meade County- 
24-Sam Murphy, Owensboro; 25- J. T. Graddick' 
Owensboro. 



New Assistant 



Burkeen. Tony, 659 -Wakefield Avenue. Bowling Green 
842-4182. 842-4182 ^ "jreen, 

'^^'™^*'l83o'^841 ^■' ^^^^ ^'^'^ Avenue. Cincinnati. Ohio, 
■Cannon, Devon, Rt. 1. Morgantown. 526-3917 
Carman. Morris Lee, Box 283, Hardinsburg 756-2831 
Carter. Michael Dean. Rt. 2, Mavfield 247-4498 
Cash. Harold. R. R. I, Eubank, '423-3368 
Cathell. James. 3925 Gartin Avenue. Ashland 324-1729 
CaudiU, Willis R., -WTiitesburg. 633-5272. 633-2112 
Chaffm. Carl. Jr.. Bo.x 405. Prestonsburg. 886-6360. 886-2311 
Clark. James Kenneth. 2611 Delor Avenue. Louisville 
637-2064 



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Louis Stout, head basketball coach at the Tates 
Creek High School for the past two years, has 
been named to the staff of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association as an Assistant Com- 
missioner. He assumed his new duties on Decem- 
ber 1. 

The new assistant, who is thirty-two years of 
age, was born in Cynthiana, Kentucky. He gradu- 
ated from the Cynthiana High School in 1959. He 
had been on the 1958 Cynthiana High State Tour- 
nament basketball team as a junior, and he made 
All-State as a senior, playing in the Kentucky-In- 
diana and the East-West All-Star games. 

Louis Stout attended Regis College on an ath- 
letic scholarship, earning four letters. In 1961 he 
was named to the Little All-America third team, 
and he received honorable mention in 1963. He 
graduated from Regis in 1963 with a B.A. degree 
in history, physical education and sociology. 

For two years after his graduation. Stout 
worked with juvenile delinquents for the state of 
Colorado. In 1965 he returned to Kentucky, taking 
the head coaching job at Dunbar High School. He 
remained at Dunbar until the end of the 1966-67 
season when the school was phased out. He joined 
the Tates Creek faculty as an instructor and 
assistant basketball coach in 1967. becoming head 
coach at the beginning of the 1969-70 season. He 
led the Commodores to district championships the 
past two years. 

Mr. Stout is married to the former Anna 
Mabson of Lexington. They have an eight-year-old 
son, Juan RaMon. The Stouts are members of the 
New Zion Methodist Church in Scott County. 



Clark, John B.. Chff. 789-4890 (Bus.) 

Clark. Owen B.. 137 Showalter Drive. Georgetown 

Clements. Gene J.. 5096 Boomer Road. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

481-3282. 481-3282 
Clevenger, Mike, Rt. 2, Box 345, Ashland, 928-8803 
Cochran. Harold N.. 317 Hood Avenue. Lebanon. 692-6390. 

692-6390 
Collev. Edward D.. 1959 Avonlea Avenue. Cincinnati. 

Ohio, 731-7691. 684-2986 
Compton, Dale. Bypro. 452-2291 
Congleton. Truman S.. Jr., P. O. Box 95, Beattyville, 

464-8483, 464-2448 



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(Left to Righl) Front Row: Paul Kidney, Joe Dresher, Bill Weis, Bryan Krebs, David Schorch, Tom Ramser, 
David Scharff. Second Row: Mgr. Larry Zimmerer, Dan Buechler, Joe Moller, Jim Finck, David Schnurr, Mike Lu- 
visi. Chuck Magera, Mark Markwell. 

DAVIESS COUNTY— CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY WINNER 




(Lefl lo Righl) Front Row: Buddy Holloway. Joe Foster, Curtis Hopewell, John Tarrant. Second Row: Coach 
Chuck GuUo, Ron Berry, Virgil Davidson, Norman DeCaussin, Ardell Hanley, Keith Moody, Jimmy Douglas. 



Conlev. Joseph D.. 2436 Roosevelt Avenue. Ashland. 324- 

6042 
Conner, Charles Edward. Keyhole Avenue, Apt. 16. Cvn- 

thiana. 234-1804 
Coombs. Rodger. Box 326. New Castle. 346-5490, 878-2216 
Cotton. James Dirk. 72 Queen Avenue. Lexington. 255-0640 
Criss, Charles W., 600 Newsome. Ashland, 325-1162. 324- 

9226 
Croley, Guindal C. Rt. 1. Box 190S. Williamsburg. 549- 

0716 
Curtis, John, Rockport, 274-3694 (Bus.) 
Daniel, Roger T., Inez Road, Paintsville, 789-3372, 886- 

2311, Prestonsburg 
Davenport, Bowman "Bo", Box 62, Clarkson, 242-3061, 

fBus.i 
Day, Roy E., 127 Hartland, MadisonviUe, 821-2265 
Deaton, Julian, A., Jr., P. O, Box 351, Wheelwright 



DeVries, Jim, 506 Lakeview Drive, Brandenburg. 422-2997. 

422-3214 
Dick. Jim. R. R. 4. Albany, 387-5064, 387-5569 
Dishman, Harold Dean. 355 Linden Walk. Lexington. 

255-1823 
Dodson. Sammy G., Rt. 1. Arlington, 655-5901, 442-8128 
Dorr, Rodney, 28 Woodland Tr. Ct., JeffersonviUe, Indiana 
Durbin, Hade. Jr.. 303 Morningside Drive. Elizabethtown. 

765-7893. 769-3381 
Eads. Ronald. 2168 Lansill, Lexington, 278-6759. 299-0502 
Edelen. James S., R. R. 2, Cox's Creek, 348-8868, 348-3991 
Engle. John William. 214 Spruce Street, Pineville, 337- 

6165, 337-3720 
Estes, Walter R., 2776 Flamingo Avenue, Owensboro, 683- 

1808, 684-9814 
Evans, John David, Jr., 109 N. Highland Avenue, Pres- 
tonsburg, 886-2415 
Ewing, Ray Franklin, 580 Lamont Drive, Lexington, 277- 
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MADISON— CLASS A, REGION 2, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 










(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr, G. King. K. Turner, S, Agee, T, Kinne, R Turner D. Thomas, C. BuUins, 
G. Gordon. W, Gassett, Mgr, R, Wi,nkler, Second Row: Mgr, L, Brock, B, Morton, M, Walker, J, Mundy, D, Hill, 
D, Morgan, H, Broaddus, B, Chennault, C. Gentry, H, Miller, Mgr. T, Ford, Third Row: H, Covington. S, Harris, 
O. White, V, Miller, J, Huguely, D. Hackett, A. McDanlels. O. Saylor. E. Martin. F. Parks. D. VanWinkle. C. Hill. 
Mgr. F. Walker. 

HARRODSBURG— CLASS A. REGION 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right: Front Row: R. Jones. J. Coy. G. Yeasl. S. Patterson. G. Johnson. M. Sallee, W. Jackson. G. 
Wheeler. M. Bentley. L. Wiley, J, James, T. Anness. Second Row: Mgr. G. Sheperson. B. McMichael. K. Key, 
T, Abrunzo. J. Clark. D. Bugg, C. Ballard, G, Devine, R, Yeast, O, Elliott, G. Yates. Third Row: Mgr. B. Hill, R. 
Campbell. A. Conover. B. Matherly, D. Edwards. D. Yates. B. Dean. B. Yeast, B. Guthrie. T. Sanders. D. Yates. 
L. Boswell. J. Robertson. Mgr. C. Nevieus. Fourth Row: P. Sagracy. S. Pinkslon, R. Sheegog. V. Kinder, B, Fred- 
ricks, G, Bugg, T, Bugg, P, Yates, W. Taylor, D, Votaw,D, Noel, R. Noel. 



MT. STERLING— CLASS A, REGION 3, CHAMPION 




t4» ^ 



17^9- ^— * {v^ 




m 



irt* -i ^ : 




^ 






«'a!»^ 




*»,-W> 



(Left to Right) Fro.nt Row: R. Smith, E. Robertson, E, McCuUock. A, Blevms, R, Cunningham, J, Galico, R, 
Jones, T. Williams, H, Shultz, Mgr, J. Eddy. Second Row: P. FoUett. J. Hamilton. S. Hatfield. M. Lavoie. R, Gar- 
rison, T, Breeze, M, McCormick, B, Clayton, B, Crockett. T. Barnard. D. Lane, J, Hunt, Mgr. S. Carr. Third 
Row: Ass't. Coach, D. Griffin, Ass't. Coach, D. King, O, Prewitt, W. Wells, M, Bonfield, J, Garrison, L, Bran- 
ham, P. Hale, T. Fritts, J, Spencer, S. Norris, Coach C. Ishmael. 



Ezell, Jerrv W„ 140 N Kentucky, Hopkinsville. 886-7114 
Faris, Leon Watson. Ill, 440 Hollow Creek Road, E-19, 

Lexington, 293-0839 
Finley. James Howard, 3623 Alemeda Drive, Paducah, 

443-6549, 443-1703 

Flinchum, Paul, 1505 Yates Cresent. Apt. 19. Le.xington. 

299-0154. 255-9724 
Frederick, Garrv Lee, Corbin 

Fritz, John Conrad. 198 N, Hanover, Lexington, 269-2726, 
254-0070 



Gaines. Harvev, 752 S, 43rd., Louisville, 776-5693, 895-3401, 

Ext, 323 
Gav, Dennis, Rt. 5, Box 437, London, 864-5734 
Gentry. Robert Lewis. 123 State Street. Lexington, 277- 

4942. 233-5196 
Gilbert. Terry. Box 274. Green Street. Manchester, 598- 

2883 
Gill, Lvle F.. Jr., 302 N. Court, Morganfield 
Glenn, David A„ 600 Sherburn Lane. Louisville. 893-5039 
Gold. Andra Visklnski, 832 E. 4th Street, Hopkinsville, 

886-4130 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1971 



GLASGOW— CLASS A, REGION 1, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) FronJ Row: D. Willy, J. Bewley, D. Nance. M Wilson D Williams J Myers C Stonerock, 
D. Mercer, S. Woodsman. Second Row: C. Shellon, T. Smith. J. Norville, R. Whitlow, B. Masscy, B. Lindsey, J. 
Belcher, B. Hum, A. Wood, M, Huffman, D. Flowers. Third Row: Coach Jones, R. Hampton, F. McKinney, H. 
James, M. Church. L. Young. V. Simon. P. Stockton. S. Stephens. P. Rutledge. M. Alexander, D. Wyatt. J. Kjelson, 
Coach Gupton. 



Gordon, A. Jimmv. 9 Lakeshore Drive, Florence. 371-8206 
Gorlev, Bob. 137 E. Jefferson, Danville. 236-7972, 236-5047 
Cover. Luid J., Science Hill, 423-2274. 679-1188 
Graves. Preston H.. Marrowbone. 864-2676. 651-5919 
Greathouse. Bobbv. Rt. 9. Bowling Green, 842-9508 
Greer, Thomas E,, Rt. 2, Bardstown. 348-6307 
Haekett, Wilbur. Jr.. 306-C Cooperstown, Lexington. 254- 

3616 
Hall, Arlie Wayne, Bo.v 10, Csomona 
Hall, Ted, Hi Hat, 377-2985. 265-3243 
Hall, William W.. Box 381, Prestonsburg. 886-3415. 789- 

8211 
HaiTiblin. Anthony. 4730 Soiitiiern Parkway, Apt. 17. 

Louisville, 366-7331, 361-2641, Ext. 608 
Hampton, R. Berry, Rt. 1, Box 551, Crestwood, 222-9920, 

425-0097 
Harbison, Michael E,. 10908 Penarth Drive. Cincinnati, 

Ohio, 825-7817. 562-6327 
Harned. Vic, 216 W. Walnut, Leitchfield, 259-5081, 451- 

5010, Louisville 
Harris, Garry Dean, 1643 Monroe, Paducah, 851-3885, 442- 

3775. (Correction! 
Harris. Mickey. D-6-2, Ft. Knox 
Harrison, Tim, Drakesboro, 476-8603, 338-5555 
Hart, Frank C, HI, 151 Todds Road. Apt. 214. Lexington. 

269-3075 
Hausfeld. Walter. 3080 Cresmoor Drive. Cincinnati, Ohio, 

922-5154. 521-0800 
Havden. Joseph R.. 1512 Meacham Lane, Paducah. 443- 

3425 
Haves. Ken. 1605 S 
Havnes. William T.. 
424-7741 
Melvin B 



Rt. 1. Slioals 



3388 
Hinkle, 

1235 
Hinson. Roger E. 

0629, 368-1611 
Hiroskey, Gene R 
Howard. Donald Ray, McHenry 
Howard, OIlie R., Crystal Lake 

9461 
Howell, Arvid L,, 
Hubbard, William 

9152 
Hunter, Billy Ray 



.3rd Street, Louisville 

710 Comanche Drive, Henderson, 827- 



519 Dobbin Drive, Paris, 987-4201, 
6817 Sliareith Drive, Louisville, 



987- 



W. Va. 

274-3164. 274-7115 

LaGrange. 222-1877. 



Rt. 1. Maysville. 883-3164. 564-5581 
S.. Box 805. Richmond. 623-9152. 623- 



Rt. 4, Carlisle, 289-5071 



3424 South Griffith. Owensboro. 685-1300. 



443- 



Hutchens, Jim 

685-3121 
Innis. Phillip. Trailer Q Broeton. Richmond 
Jackson. Dennis, 527-D Highland, Paducah, 442-0867 

7500 
Jackson. Edward, 2507 W. 9th Street. Owensboro. 684-4604, 

684-8881, Ext. 65 
Johnson. Eugene, 537 Patterson, Newport, 491-5767 
Jones, James, 1216 Tallow, Louisville, 361-3273, 459-1751 
Jones. Joseph Q., 7303 Rockwood Road, Louisville, 969- 
'" "" Ext. 344 

502 W. Main. Richmond. 623-8712. 623- 



1, 



5898, 584-1361, 
Jones, Larry P., 

2884 
Jones. Lowell W.. 

549-9030 
Karsner. George Glenn, Rt. 

ville, 543-2011. 543-7614 
Kazee. Allan J., Box 354, Irvington, 547-7213 
Kazmarek, Gary T., 1709 Liberty Bell, Louisville, 

9779, 637-33.30 
Kelsey, Robert, 901 Glenwood, Cincinnati, Ohio, 751- 

4598, 243-4276 
Kidwell, James S„ 1112 Parkway, Covington, 291-6856, 

(Bus.) 



Cumberland College St., Williamsburg, 
Shannon Lane, Shepherds- 

366- 



'■'iser, Arvle, 312 Delmar Avenue, Decatur, Illinois 
Kliuiip, William Roger, 2074 Eastern Parkw-av, Louisville, 

451-3632, 636-4781 
Laffertv, Mark, Short Street, Prestonsburg, 886-2563, 886- 

2252 
Lamastus, Randall, Rt. 4. Bowling Green. 842-1302, 842- 

6511, Ext. 216 
Lambert. Irvin. 5110 Rural Wav. Louisvjlle. 969-4718. 582- 

5504 
Latkovski. Anastasius "Andy". 1530 Quandrant Avenue, 

Louisville, 451-5472. 582-4551 
Lawson, Bert A., 221 Charleston Ct., Louisville 
Lav, William B., 1268 Gainesway Drive, Lexington, 272- 

2677, 233-2000, Ext, 2234 
Lee, Gary, R. R. 2, White Plains, 258-5569 
Lee, James E.. R.F.D.. Van Lear, 789-3954 
Lemaster, Randv, P. O. Box 194, Flatwoods, 836-8072 
Lequire, H. M. "Buckett". Woodland Hills, Harlan, 573- 

1857, 573-5151 
Lester, J. L.. Box 281, Perryville, 332-2471, 236-2178 
Lewis. Jim, Rt. 1. Box 354, E. Bernstadt, 843-7602 
Lewis. Tommy "Tick", 221 Michigan Avenue, Whitesburg, 

6.'?3-2336, 855-7597 
Lovely. Charles Wayne, 230'i S. Porter Drive. Apt. 3. 

Richmond. 623-8923 
Lovely. Johnnie. Salyersville. 349-3624. 349-3148 
McAlister. Caswell, 1107'. Winchester Road, Lexington, 

233-1757. 255-3612, Ext. 46 
McBride. W. Kenneth. 157 St. William Drive. Lexington, 

266-7786, 255-6666 
McClure, Willis, R. R. 3. Philpot, 729-4617 
McCord, Floyd D., 336 Scott Avenue, Paris, 987-1619 
McElrov. James E.. 1701 Jackson Avenue, Huntington, 

W. Va. 
McGutfev. Roger Dale. R. R. 3. Stanford. 365-7760 
McPherron. John C, 116 E. Adair Street, Owenton, 484- 

2202 
McPherson, James P.. Rt, 2, Arlington, 655-7192, 628-5453 
Maddox. Richard C. 501 Richmond Drive. Madisonville, 

821-1841. 821-3221 
Marklav. George. 3869 Matson Avenue. Cincinnati, Ohio, 

791-2052, 681-8484 
Marlette, Ronald L., P. O. Box 623. Shepherdsville, 957- 

5333. 564-3925 
Masden. Steven R., Route 1, Lebanon Junction, 833-4455 
Mason, Luther, Box 647, Pineville, 337-6583, 337-5050 
Matthews, Monie, 1502 Geoghegan Street, West Point, 922- 

4186 
Mayes, Edward, 838 Crossbill Road, Danville, 236-3264, 

236-6131 
Mayfield, Woodrow, R, R, 3. Box 230, Georgetown, Ind., 

957-2320, 425-9022 
Meadows, Marvin, Clayhole, 666-5928. 
Meiritt, Alfonsa, 427 Cypress Street, 

5120 

Meyers, John, Box 513, Maysville, 549-2717. 759-7141 
Middleton. Bruce E., R. R. 1, Baxter, 573-5142, 573-1400, 

Ext. 205 
Milburn. Steven Dale, 2029 Lakeside Drive, Louisville. 

4.58-6517 
Miles, John K., Jr.. 10709 Leelah Ct., Valley Station, 937- 

0965, 452-3521 
Miller, Clay L., Bellamy Lane. Clarksville. Tennessee, 

047-2034, 645-6431 
Moore, Jackie Dean, 3105 Circle Drive, Apt. 4. Hopkins- 

ville. 885-3634. 885-8408 
Morton, James N.. 151 Todds Road, Lexington, 269-3075 
Murphy, Michael P., 1351 Trinity Park Drive. Louisville, 

363-9089, 458-1165 (Correction) 



666-7775 
Hopkinsville, 



885- 



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Page Seven 



Napier, Wallace R.. Jr.. Evarts High School, Evarts. 57a- 

6045, 837-2502 
Newman. Jeff, Box 263. U. S. 42. Union. 384-3283 
Noble. Garv. P. O. Box 271. Booneville. 593-5088. 598-5125 
Norris. Mike, 4622 Southern Pkwv.. Louisville. 366-2571. 

778-9000 
Nuss. Albert M., 7706 Kim Drive. Louisville. 367-6791. 

368-5825 
Oeden, Paul J.. Jr.. 12-1 Transcript Avenue. Lexington. 

233-0897 
O'Nan. Harold. 2474 Green River Road. Henderson. 826- 

4959. 424-7741 
Parsons. Thurnian M.. 205 Leimaur Drive. Richmond 
Partin. Harold David. 3402 Kelland Wav, Louisville, 447- 

3543. 935-1345 
Pavne. Lawrence. 83 Rvan Wav, Fairdale, 366-1803. 937- 

2696 
Peden. Harlan Charles. II. 401 Cherilvn Circle. Hopkins- 

ville. 886-4195 
Phelps, Ray, Box 533, Russell. 836-6646. 928-6533 
Pierce. William. Jr.. 2807 S. Virginia Street. Hopkinsville. 

886-8098. 885-3134 
Potts. Denny. 311 N. 5th, Murrav, 753-8363. 762-6180 
Powell. Ronald Eav. 2101 Main. Benton. 527-7424 
P'Pool. Lanny E.. 115 Hall Street. Madisonville. 821-0922. 

821-4547 
Prater. Jack D.. P. O. Box 262. Vanceburg, 796-3058 
Presnell, Tommy, P. O. Box 518. Versailles. 873-4745 
Price. Patrick Eugene. G-320 Cooperstown. Lexington, 

255-6098 
Rascoe, Robert B.. 523 Sumpter, Bowling Green. 842-2360. 

745-2456 

Rash. Linden L.. P. O. Box 278. Mortons Gap. 258-5136. 

258-5494 
Recktenwald. Thomas L.. 306 Patriot Ct., Louisville. 363- 

0624, 584-0371, Ext. 237 
Reesor. John E . 1840 Heaton Road. Louisville. 447-5414 
Reeves. David B., 628 Church, Ludlow. 291-8906 
Reherman. Fred. 3616 Breeland Avenue. Louisville. 425- 

9231, 425-5076 
Ricketts. Claude O.. 1506 Larchmont Avenue. Louisville, 

635-6536. 634-1551 
Rightmyer, W. H., Jr., 4919 Cambridge Drive. Owensboro, 

633-1797 

Roberts, Roger S.. 633 Bighill Avenue, Richmond 
Robinson, Al, 2151 Sage Road, Lexington, 277-7551 
" ■"' "' ■ ~ East Point, 886-2039 

Box 38, Langley, 285-3665 

407 Bell Street. Princeton. 365-2105. 



In Memoriam 



Grandview Drive. Catlettsburg. 739- 



1412 Knight Road. Louisville. 



130 Lloyd Avenue —4. Florence. 371- 



Robinson. Clyde P 
Robinson, James E 
Robinson, Tony L. 

797-3771 
Ross, Bill T., 1201 

5321, 325-4706 

Ross, Hugh Cyrus, 328'^ 52nd Street. Ashland, 325-1313 
Rowland, Conrad Dean, Ezel. 725-4133 
Russell. Robert. Rt. 6. Richmond. 369-5275 
Saunders. James, 9015 Old Shepherdsville Road, Louisville 
Schepman. William Rickey, Trailer I Brockton. Richmond 

625-5701 

Schildknecht. Robert E 

366-3671, 425-5076 
Scott, Jerry, 1053 Winburn Drive, C-64. Lexington 293- 

0800, 278-9348 
Scott, Sidney H., Albany, 387-5284, 387-5186 
Scriber, Jackie L., Box 34, New Castle, 346-6261. 589-4230 
Scurry. Henry Lewis. 2400 Woodhill Drive =4C Lexms- 

ton. 269-3059. 564-6589 
Serey. George E.. 911 Chippewa Drive. Ashland, 324-5768 

325-8511, Ext. 509 
Shearer, Larrv W 

8210. 341-5566 

Shipp. Theodore A.. 410 Pierce. Elizabethtown 769-2635 
Slack. Edward. Rt. 2. Guthrie. 483-2174 
Slover. Troy. Jr.. Box 61, Combs. 436-2873 
Smith. David M., St. Charles. 669-4015 
Smith. Dwight Howard. Lewis Tr. Pk. ::r21 Morehead 

784-9770, 784-9275 
Spalding, Randall J, Loretto, 336-3124, 348-3991 
Stephens, Stephen D., 709 Lime Street, Russell 

836-5931 
Stewart, Dale, Rt. 2, Owensboro, 685-2348 
Stewart, Jimmie L., 834 N. Main #75, Franklin 

586-6929 

Stewart, R. Wesley, Box 405, Warsaw, 567-7701 
Stinson, Charles L., 105 Bedford Ct., Horse Cave, 786- 

2663, 786-2388 
Stout, David R.. 805 Hugh Poland Hall, Bowling Green 

748-4848, 522-1422 
Strange, Fred D., Jr., 6701 Marian Drive, Louisville 
Stroud, Donnie M.. 3148 Adams Ct., Owensboro. 684-5401 

684-8881, Ext. 34 
Taylor, Carl D., 408 Bellefonte-Princess Road, Ashland 

325-2606, 928-6473 
Terrell. Harold W., 1315 Highway Avenue. Covington, 261- 

9933, 621-1118 



836-3403, 



586-8449, 




Jack Frost Wells 

Jack Frost Wells, veteran Floyd County high 
school basketball coach, died on November 1 in 
a Pikeville hospital after a year long illness. He 
had spent nineteen of his forty-five years in the 
Floyd County schools, serving the Prestonsburg 
and Auxier high schools and more recently as a 
social worker in the school system. 

Having served in the Army in World War 11 
for two and a half years. Jack Frost Wells re- 
turned to tlie Auxier High School where he gradu- 
ated in 1947. He then entered Pikeville College 
and played basketball there for two years, trans- 
ferring to Lincoln Memorial University where he 
played basketball for two more seasons. He began 
his high school coaching career at the Auxier 
Higli School in 1951. He spent sixteen seasons 
coaching basketball at Auxier and Prestonsburg, 
staying at Prestonsburg when the two schools 
merged in 1963. 

Mr. Wells earned his M.A. degree from Eas- 
tern Kentucky University in 1970, coming to the 
superintendent's office in July of that year as a 
social worker. He was a member of the Prestons- 
burg Methodist Church. Surviving, besides his 
mother, are his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Carter Wells: 
a daughter, Susan Elizabeth Wells, and a son. 
Jack Carter Wells; and two brothers, Charles J. 
Wells of Pikeville and James D. Wells of Ripley, 
Ohio. 

Thompson. Larry, Box 36, Mt. Sterling, 498-3346. 498-2660 
Thornsberrv. Jimmy D., Alice Llovd College, Pippa Passes. 

452-2678. 368-2111 
Tichenor, P. Michael, 1901 Lexirngton Avenue, Owensboro. 

685-2618 
Trimble. James D.. Box 44. Frenchburg. 768-4531 
Tromblev. Skip. 3685 King Arthur Circle. Lexington, 272- 

1100, 277-5326 
Troutman, David C. 2248 Citation Avenue. Owensboro. 

683-0387 
Tucker. Bobby. Box 792, Danville. 236-5528. 236-4484 
Turner. Eddie, 4 Kathr^Ti Avenue, Florence, 371-6467 
Underwood, Leonard N., Jr., 6103 Jessamine Lane, Louis- 
ville, 935-1352 
VanSickle, Jolin R., Fifth Street, Uniontown, 822-4774 
Vice, Charles G., Rt. 3, Mt. SterUng, 498-0393, 498-3800 



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Wagner, Robert A., Peaice Tower 2213. Bowling Green, 

748-4124 
Waldridge, Claude Frank. 181 Forest Park Road. Lexing- 
ton. 277-0391, 278-3676 
Walton. Charles Robert. 546 Davton Pike. Davton. 781-3163 
Walton. Paul George. 706 Davton Avenue. Davton. 291-7963 
Ward. Jesse P.. Rt. 6. Richmond. 623-8499. 623-3061 
Watson. William D.. Box 502, Pine Knot, 354-2818 
Watts. Lonnie. 4553 Virginia Avenue. Lot 67. Covington. 

581-9036 
Wavne. Bill T., 228'- 6th Street. Henderson. 826-9651. 

826-7280 
Webb. Hobert. Jr.. Box 43. Wavland. 358-4101 
Welch. Ronald. R. R. 3. Milton. 268-5970 
Wells. Andrew L.. USS Plymouth Rock. FPO New York. 

New York 
West. John Phillip. Rt. 2. Hiekorv. 658-8151 
Wheeler. William E.. 520-A Strvker Village. Ft. Campbell. 

798-2556 
Whistler. Tom. 3009 Pamela Wav. Louisville. 459-6762 
White. Alvinus. 449 Asburv Lane, Lexington. 299-9774. 233- 

2000. Ext. 7188 
Whitmer. George W., Jr., 7433 Third Street Road. Louis- 
ville.. 363-5119. 587-0776 
Wickersham. Donald R.. 8236 Haskell Drive. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 521-9307. 271-6035 
Wilev. Michael J.. 324 3rd Street. Paintsville. 789-4530 
Williams. Benny D., Rt. 3, Box 132A, Philpot. 275-4448. 

684-4221 
Williams. Roger D., McKee, 287-7929 
Winders. Bobbv G., Mt. Carmel Road. White Plains. 676- 

3945. 676-3443 
Wolff. Wendell Lee, Rt. 1. Elkton. 265-2736 
Wonderling. Tom H.. 132 Allenwood Drive, Clarksville, 

Tennessee. 647-6050. 648-7192 
Wood. James Robert, 431 E. Main Street. Richmond 
Wood. Paul D., 217 Lone Oak Road. Paducah. 443-4654. 

442-6131 
Wooton. James Daniel. P. O. Box 147. Hvden. 672-2132 
Wurm. Robert W.. P. O. Box 215, Elizabethtown. 765-4611 

Supplemenlary List of 

Registered Wrestling Officials 

(List Compiled December 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, il is 
the home phone number unless olhrwrise designated. If 
Iw^o numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 
Dowling, Tom. 710 C Warrendale Ct.. Georgetown, 863- 

4195. 863-7186 
Konvalinka. John P.. 21d Mills Drive. Clarksville. Tennes- 
see. 648-2695. 648-2695 
McElwaine. Brother Michael. Box 1268. Paducah. 442- 

1682. 442-1681 
Nau. Richard R.. 3109 Forest Avenue, Evansville. Indiana. 

424-3743 
Rendel. Zaeharias. 1670 Almara Circle, Louisville. 454- 

5241, 367-6489 
Schneider. Dennis. 611 S. Broadway. Lexington. 255-9154 
Smith, Joseph A.. 1329 Parkhurst Apt., Bowling Green, 

781-4858 IBus.l 
Vogelsang. Larry B.. 25 New URI. Florence. 371-5365 
Washington, Eugene. 1592 Alexandria. Apt. 3A. Lexington. 

277-1921. 873-8011 

Supplementary List of 

Registered Football Officials) 

(List Compiled December 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it 
is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given the first number is the home 
phone. 

Brownlee. Robert R.. Box 215. Kirwan Tower. Lexington. 
258-5598 

Burkart, Robert Lee. 3909 Lincoln Avenue. Covington. 
258-2212. 261-2485 (Covington) 

CoUiver. Donald G.. 316 Avlesford Place. Lexington. 
255-7801 

Conner. Charles Thomas. 700 Woodland Avenue. Lexing- 
ton, 257-3069. 252-9814 

Curley, Philip Jan, Box 55. Kirwan Tower. Lexington, 
258-8096 

D'Andrea, Richard. 1040 Cross Kev Road, Apt. 51. Lex- 
ington. 278-8397 

Johnson. R. Michael, 123 Hamilton Pk., Lexington, 252- 
7184 

Linebaugh. Steve Ray. 521 East Main, C-9, Lexington, 
253-1958 

O'Nan. Dennis, R. R. 2. Sturgis. 333-2156. 252-3774 

Stoy. David. 256 Lyndhurst Place. Apt. 26, Lexington 

Toebbe. William Michael. 708 Kirwan Tower, U. of K.. 
Lexington. 257-2514 

Whelan. Michael A.. 29 Grant Street, Ft. Thomas. 781- 
2557 



Benefits Are Real 

(Continued from Page One) 

well as participants, came forward to give the 
program unqualified support. Michael D. Salvo, 
a student at Philadelphia Central High School, 
asked the question, "What do we (students) see 
in sports that board members (school) do not 
see?" And then he went on to explain as follows: 
"To begin with, any sport demands teamwork, 
a most valuable asset in learning how to achieve 
good working relationships with other people, a 
learning experience which is not found in any 
classroom. When an athlete faces defeat, he 
doesn't seclude himself from the rest of the world 
and let his frustrations pyramid into a nervous 
breakdown. He learns from his mistakes and 
aims higher the next time and whether a man 
chooses sports or business as a goal in life, learn- 
ing how to face defeat and knowing how to con- 
trol its agony cannot be better taught anywhere 
than in athletic competition. I would suggest at 
this point that if the athletic program was sup- 
plemented rather than terminated and more stu- 
dents became interested instead of turned away, 
maybe the present drug and gang problems would 
be eliminated. I would also suggest that if this 
program is terminated, these other problems will 
be invariably worse as the needs which the pro- 
gram has fulfilled will be voided." 

AT THE TIME OF THE PHILADELPHIA 
PROBLEM, a girl student, Edyth A. Fleming of 
the High School for Girls, also wrote to her local 
school board in support of interscholastic ath- 
letics. She commented as follows: "A look into 
world events proves the profound impact of sport 
and its ability to build bond between people of 
different cultures, races, and idealogies . . . With- 
out varsity sports it is logical to believe every 
phase of education will change physically, mor- 
ally, and academically . . ." Because athletically 
motivated high school students look to the pro- 
gram as a means to an end or a stepping stone 
to greater achievement, they become determined 
to achieve their goals. These are fine zealous 
classmates who take the responsibility to meas- 
ure their conduct on a true yardstick for others to 
follow. These kids stick to their goals which even- 
tually enrich their lives, their schools, our society. 
They live wholesomely, keep in condition, and 
their behavior catches on, giving a good example 
in many ways. Their best talents are put forward 
and developed for thousands of spectators. 

IT HAS BEEN AMPLY DEMONSTRATED 
that participation in a well developed program of 
interscholastic athletics contributes to the edu- 
cation, growth, and development of the players 
and spectators. There is no question but: there is 
value in establishing regular hours and habits, 
there is value in a good diet, there is need to con- 
trol tempers, sacrifice can contribute to the com- 
mon good, that misfortune must be accepted with 
serenity, and finally and perhaps most impor- 
tantly, that there is enjoyment in good competi- 
tion. The record is clear that habits are acquired 
and these attitudes can be learned. Whether or 
not any or all of them are classified by certain 
psychologists as character traits is not a very im- 
portant matter. A label is not of concern. The fact 
the benefits from participation do accrue and the 
fact participation in a wholesome program is bene- 
ficial to boys and girls is the important thing. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1971 



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Official Dick if/SOI/ 

CLASS A 
REGION I 
Oisrict I 
Team W 

1. Trigg County 6 

2. Murray 4 

3. Reidland 4 

4. Heath 4 

5. Eussellville 3 

6. Crittenden County 3 

7. Fulton County 1 

8. Ft. Campbell ' 1 

9. Todd Central 1 

10. Fulton a 

District 2 

1. Glasgow 4 

2. 'Campbellsville 4 

3. Caverna 8 

4. Tompkinsville 3 

5. Cumberland County 5 

6. Allen County I 4 

7. Park City 5 

8. Greensburg 5 

9. Butler County 4 

10. Metcalfe County 4 

11. Temple Hill 2 

12. Edmonson County 1 

13. Warren East 1 

14. Gamaliel 

•Defeated Caverna 

REGION II 
District 1 

1. Harrodsburg 6 

2. Bardstown 3 

3. Washington County 3 

4. Burgin ' 3 

5. Stanford 3 

6. Garrard County 2 

7. Boyle County 2 

8. Ky. School f/t Deaf 1 

9. Anderson 'County 

10. Mercer Count.y _' n 

District 2 

1. 'Madison __ 3 

2. 'Paris 4 

3. Frankfort 3 

4. Berea 3 

5. Sayre 2 

5. Georgetown 2 

7. Nicholas County _^ 2 

8. M. M. I. _' ^ 

8. Estill County 

•Madison Beat Paris 

REGION III 
District I 

1. Bellevue 4 

2. Ludlow 4 

3. Beechwood 2 

4. Lou. Cty. Day 5 

5. Dayton '_ 2 

6. Owen County _ 4 

7. Shelb^fville 3 

8. Carroll County 3 

9. Henry County 2 

10. Eminence 1 

11. Kentucky Academy 1 

12. Trimble Counfv _"_ 

District 2 

1. Mt. Sterling ^__ 4 

2. McKell 6 

3. Rowan County 8 

4. •Fairvie'w 5 

5. Raceland 4 

6. Fleming County 5 

7. Louisa 3 

8. Maysyille __ 2 

8. Wurtland 2 

10. Morgan County 2 

11. Lewis County __ 1 

12. Catlettsburg ' 1 

13. Bath County 

14. Montgomery County 

•Defeated Raceland" 

REGION IV 
District 1 

1. 'Lynch 3 

1. 'Pineville 3 

3. Harlan 2 

4. Lynn Camp 1 

5. Williamsburg 

6. Mt. Vernon ___ 
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Tbe 1971 Football Season 

District 2 

PaintsviUe 4 25.00 

Fleming-Neon 7 10 23.75 

Wheelwright 6 10 20.72 

Pikeville 4 3 17.86 

Elkhorn City 4 4 15.00 

Virgie 1 4 1 12.50 

MulUns 15 11.67 

Johns Creek 5 1 10.83 

Jenkins 5 10.00 

CLASS AA 
REGION I 
District 1 

Hopkinsville 5 1 23.13 

Mayfield 4 1 1 21.88 

Paducah 3 10 21.25 

Lone Oak 2 1 1 17.50 

■Caldwell County 3 3 15.00 

BowUng Green 2 3 14.00 

North Marshall 13 12.50 

Franklin-Simpson 14 12.00 

Cln-istian County 5 1 11.67 

District 2 

Madisonyille- N. Hopkins _ 6 27.50 

Union County 4 2 21.25 

Owensboro 5 2 20.00 

Henderson County 4 3 17.14 

Owensboro Catholic 3 4 15.21 

Daviess County 2 5 12.86 

Ohio County 14 12.00 

Henderson 16 11.43 

REGION II 
District 1 

Ehzabethtown 6 30.00 

North Hardin 6 1 1 21.88 

Shelby County 4 1 21.25 

Meade County 6 3 20.00 

Nelson County 5 3 1 18.61 

Warren Central 3 1 17.50 

LaRue County 3 5 15.00 

Oldham County 1 3 1 13.00 

Marion County 13 12.50 

Bullitt Central 1 5 1 12,14 

Ft. Kno-x 15 11,67 

Breckinridge County 5 10,00 

District 2 

Lafayette BOO 22.50 

Henry Clav 4 1 19.00 

Somerset 2 2 15.00 

Danville 3 3 15,00 

Tales Creek 13 12.50 

Jessamine County 14 12.00 

Woodford County 4 10.00 

"Defeated Danville 

REGION III 
District 1 

Highlands 8 27.50 

Dixie Heights 7 1 23.75 

Newport Catholic 4 22.50 

Llovd 5 2 18.57 

Holmes 4 3 17.85 

Campbell County 4 4 15.00 

Boone County 2 6 12.50 

Covineton Catholic 13 12.50 

Newport 2 6 12.50 

Conner 1 5 11.67 

Simon-Kenton 8 10.00 

District 2 

Bryan Station 3 1 23.75 

Franklin County 3 11 20.00 

Harrison County 4 2 18.34 

George Rogers Clark 2 2 2 15.84 

Madison Central 2 2 1 15.00 

Bourbon County 14 12.00 

Scott County 4 10.00 

REGION IV 
District 1 

•Middlesboro 5 10 23.75 

•Corbin 6 10 23.75 

Evarts 4 10 21.25 

Bell County 5 2 18.57 

Cumberland 2 2 15.00 

Knox Central 3 3 15.00 

Laurel County 2 4 13.33 

Wavne County 13 12.50 

Russell County 13 1 12.00 

James A. Cawood 5 10.00 

Whitley County 6 10.00 

•Middlesboro defeated Corbin and is the Winner 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1971 



District 2 

Hazard 5 

Paul G. Blazer 4 

Piestonsburg 5 

Leslie County 3 

Bovd County 3 

Whitesburg 2 

Belfry 2 

Russell 1 

Johnson Central 

M. C. Napier ^-0 

CLASS AAA 
REGION I 

Team W 

Flaget 8 

duPont Manual 7 

St. Xayier 6 

Central 4 

Trinity 2 

Sha\ynee 3 

Atherton 3 

Iroquois 3 

Bishop Dayid 2 

DeSales 2 

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REGION II 
District 1 

1. Butler 3 1 20.00 

2. Western 3 1 18.75 

3. Valley 2 2 17.50 

4. Doss 2 2 15.00 

5. Pleasure Ridge Park 4 10.00 

District 2 

1. Stuart 3 1 18.75 

2. Southern 2 2 15.00 

3. Fairdale 13 12.50 

4. Durrett 4 10.00 

District 3 

1. Thomas Jefferson 4 22.50 

2. Jeffersontown 3 1 18.75 

3. Fern Creek 2 2 15.00 

4. Moore 4 10.00 

District 4 

1. Seneca 4 20.00 

2. 'Eastern 2 2 15.00 

3. Westport 2 2 15.00 

4. -Ballard 1 3 12.50 

5. Waggener 1 3 12.50 

* Eastern Defeated Westport 

•* Ballard Defeated Waggener 

PLAY BALL, SON, j-s, IV2 reels, $2.50 

Joe Cronin introduces this film showing a 
group of fourteen-year-old boys who are experts 
in baseball. Correct methods of hitting, catching, 
and throwing are demonstrated in natural and 
slow-motion. Based on bool<; by Bert V. Dunne. 
THROWING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a. 1 reel, $1.50 

Slow motion, close-up and stop photography 
are used in presenting the basic fundamentals of 
throwing in baseball. Instructions are given for the 
overthrows, three-quarter side, side, and under- 
hand throws. Coordination of foot and arm 
motion is stressed, as well as coordination of the 
body as a whole. 
TOUCHING ALL BASES, j-s-c-a, 4 reels. $1.00 

This film is intended to teach youngsters base- 
ball by showing various American League stars 
playing their positions. It is also intended to give 
fans as a whole a better understanding and knowl- 
edge of the national pastime. The film shows 
Father Flanagan and his Boys Town team, the 
Hall of Fame Ceremonies in Cooperstown, N. Y., 
and scenes from night baseball games. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1954, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 

Highlights of the game between the Cleveland 
Indians and the New Yorlt Giants are shown in 
this film. The Giants, sparked by the sensational 
hitting of Rhodes, defeated the Indians in four 
straight games. The Indians had set a record for 
the number of games won in winning the Ameri- 
can League pennant. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1955. e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color. 
$1.00 

Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Yankees 
are shown in this film. The commentary leading 
up to each game makes the film interesting as the 
Dodgers win the world championship. 
THE UMPIRE IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
$1.00 

Summarizes importance of the umpire to the 
baseball game. Explanation of the duties of the 
umpire and also qualifications for job, showing 
where they receive their training. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1957, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels. $1.00 

The American League champion New York 
Yankees carry the series the full seven games be- 
fore bowing to the Milwaukee Braves, champion 
of the National League. The film catches most of 
the hitting and shows the plays in which runs 
were scored in each game. The narrator. Lew 
Fonseca, describes the play and fills in the back- 
ground with interesting bits of information con- 
cerning the game. 



FILMS 

(Continued from November ATHLETE) 

FIFTY YEARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 

$1.00 

Facts of the immortal stars of baseball are re- 
called in this fifty years of memories. Shows some 
famous oldtimers as their exploits are married and 
great moments of action in the lives of the more 
recent baseball heroes. (KHSAA) 
HITTING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 

Slow motion and close-up photography are 
used to follow accurately and graphically the 
basic fundamentals of hitting in baseball. Coordi- 
nation of feet, legs, hips, shoulders, arms, and 
head is explained. How to select a bat, how to 
hold it, and correct batting position are shown. 
INFIELD PLAY AT 1st AND 3rd, e-j-s-c-a. 2 

reels, $1.00 

The fundamentals and finer points of infield 
play at first third bases are illustrated by big 
league players. Fielding, stance, throwing, tagging 
runners, etc., pictured often in slow motion. 
Sponsored by A. G. Spalding Co., the American 
and National Leagues. 
INSIDE BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 

Fundamentals of baseball, including pitching, 
batting, fielding, and base-running, are demonstra 
ted. Note: This film was placed with the library 
through the courtesy of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

KNOW YOUR BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, col- 
or, $1.00 

Modern photographic techniques, such as: stop 
action, split screen, and instant replay are com- 
bined with colorful play situations to provide a 
truly outstanding presentation of the rules of base- 
ball. (KHSAA) 
OCTOBER, MADNESS— THE WORLD SERIES, 

e-j-s-c-a, 21/4 reels, $1.00 

Shows many of the unforgettable feats per- 
formed by players as they happened in World 
Series past. Dramatic plays that made everlasting 
heroes are highlighted along with the anguish felt 
by the victims. fKHSAA) 

PITCHING STARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $1.00 

Shows four of the leading pitchers in action. 
Types of pitches and methods of practice are por- 
trayed. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER. 1971 



Page Eleven 



MADISONVILLE-NORTH HOPKINS— CLASS AA FINALIST 




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(Le£l lo Right) Fronl Row: R. Lucas, G. White, H. Williams, J. Bell. R. Lutz, D. Daniels, D. Presley, L. Dug- 
gar, L. Robinson, D. Knight, G. Pearson, P, Kostenski, J. Sandidge. Second Row: T. Cartwright, J. Bassett, A. Rud- 
dell, T. McKonly, M. Hicklin, T. Kelley, F. Johnston, B. Rudd, J, Crumbaker, T, Allen, J. Pepper, S. Ferrell, 
S. Whitfield. Third Row: M. Leavell, F. Jo;nes, M. McDonald, C. Riddle, R. Johnson, J. Riddle, S. Brown, B. Fable, 
B. Coyle. D. Dingledine. H. Stratton, R. Soder, R. Roberson. Fourth Row: J. Powell, C. Riddle, K. Ellis, T. Tray- 
lor, M. Brashear. A. Collins. L. Jones. E. Baxter. L. Carney, B, Offutt, T. Crabtree, B. Sandidge, B. Leasure, 
N. Cates. 

HIGHLANDS— CLASS AA, REGION 3, DISTRICT I. CHAMPION 







11 _^ 









(Left to Right I Front Row: G. Schrader, B. Bathiany. R. Sieving, D. Pickens, M. Lickerl, S. Dierig, D. Pep- 
dery. D. Druck. A. Chapman. S. Weber. Second Row: M. Simons, B. Fennell. B. Whitehouse, T. Fulweiler, B. Rie- 
senbeck. M. McBreen, S. Simonr. S. Turner. K. Pryse. J. Hensley. Third Row: G. Oetjen, S. Rottgers, C. Grimm, 
B. Spaulding. S. Pabst. D. Mueller. P. Garrett. R. Robertson, G. Zimmerman, B. Armstrong. Fourth Row: J. Huene- 
feld, S. Zech, K. Henges, B. Moore. R. Alexander, R. Taylor, J. Theiss, M. Roesel. B. Hoy, J. Bathiany. Fifth 
Row: D. Long, J. Wright, M. Horner, D. Houliston, D. May, T. Pogue, B. Miller, R. Goshorn, M. Jurgens, P. Gig- 
lia. Sixth Row: J. Huenefeld, B. Price, B. Pabst, J. Pinguely, D. Trout, B. Schweitzer, C. Stross, H. Wise, R. Otto. 



WORLD SERIES OF 1959, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
$1.00 

The highlights of the six games played in the 
series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the 
Chicago White Sox are shown in this film. The 
Dodgers won the series by defeating the White 
Sox four games to two. Most of the scoring plays 
are filmed, along with many of the outstanding 
defensive plays. The color that goes with these 
games is captured in the film. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1960, e-j-s-c-a. 4 reels, (44 
Min.). color, $1.00 

E.xciting moments of the seven games between 
the New York Yankees of the American League 
carried the series its full seven games before bow- 
ing to National League Pittsburgh Bucs. High- 



hghts of all seven games are shown and the 
action described. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1961, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 
Min.), color. $1.00 

Narrated by Mel Allen, this film shows the 
Cincinnati Reds were able to win only the second 
game in the series against the New York Yankees. 
Superb pitching of Whitey Ford and batting power 
of the Yankees brought them the world's cham- 
pionship after five games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1962, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
$1.00 

Key plays from all seven games are shown as 
the New York Yankees of the American League 
retain the world's chamionship by defeating the 
San Francisco Giants by the score of 1-0 in the 
final game. 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1971 



LAFAYETTE— CLASS AA, REGION 2, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Lefl to Right) Front Row: M. Dennis, P. MaJtmille 
WelUnghurst. F. Cornett, M. Coyle, H. Simpson, W. Cay 
Perkins, W. Montgomery, S. Rushing, J. Russell, D. Wag 
P. Spickard, D. Burns, R. Gardner. Third Row: R. Dawa 
A. Issacs, T. Herren, D. Brown, D. Rader, M. Campbell, 
Row; Mgr. M. Mallmiller, Mgr. M. Hillard, J. Brady, R. 
M. Riggs, M. Flannery, J. Mann, S. Warner, J. Bolkin, L. 
Hill, R. Hicks, R. Sapp, E. McCormick, S. Wilders, W. C 
Paitsel, D. Price, T. Overby, M. Meadors, Coach S. Brew 
Whaley, S. Cray, W. Shaver, K. Wharton, J. Smith, S. P 
man, Mgr. M. Stevens, Coach L. Westley. Seve;nth Row: 



B. Bastin, R. Mulberry, M. Hoover, B. Eckdahl, G. 

son, M. Helton, L. Cooper, B. Dalzell. Second Row: M. 

ner, M. Frakes, D. Eckdahl, S. Parker, V. Berry, B. Page, 

hare, G. Reigelman, J. Wilson, S. Richardson, D, Jones, 
D. Owens, R. Graves, M. Hawkins, M. Sturgill. Fourth 
Clay, J. Lynch, J. Shackleford, B. Coomer, B, Tompkins, 
Pruitl, M. McVeigh, D. Jessup. Fifth Row: Trainer T. 

offey, D. Campbell, C. Gravens, K. Housh, S, Richie, S. 

er. Sixth Row: Coach B. Scott, B. Wright, T. Adams, M. 

ope, J. Bentley, C. Baker, M. Lentry, J. Heaguer, R. Cole- 
T. Lyons, T. Ballard, T. Taylor, B. McVeigh, C. Soloman. 



WORLD SERIES OF 1963, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.) 
color, $1.00 

Shows highlights of games in which the Los 
Angeles Dodgers won the baseball championship 
by defeating the New York Yankees in four 
straight games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1964, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.) 
color, $1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals topped the New York 
Yankees in the first game, 9-5, and went on to win 
the series to become the world's champions for 
1965. Covers all the exciting plays in the games. 
WORLD SERIES OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
$1.00 

Shows highlights of the games in which the 
Minnesota Twins take the first two games at Min- 
neapolis from Los Angeles and the Dodgers come 
back to win the next four games with Sandy 
Koufax pitching the seventh game for the world's 
champion. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
$1.00 

The Baltimore Orioles amazed the sports 
world as they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 
in four straight games to win the world champion- 
ship. Even the great Sandy Koufax and Don 
Drysdale could not silence the bats of Frank 
Robinson and Brooks Robinson. Show the action 
plays in all four games. (KHSAA) 
WORLD SERIES OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a,4 reels, color, 
$1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals need the full seven 
games to win the championship over the Boston 
Red Sox. Harry Carey narrates the play as Jim 
Lonborg, aided by slugger Carl Yastremski. wins 
two games for the Sox but cannot match the three 
wins by Bob Gibson of the Cards. (KHSAA) 



WORLD SERIES OF 1968, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 
Min.), color, $1.00 

The Detroit Tigers, playing in the World 
Series for the first time in twenty-three years, 
beat the St. Louis Cardinals by four games to 
three. The Cardinals took a 3 to 1 lead but the 
Tigers came back to win the series. Mickey LoUch 
won three games for the Tigers. Bob Gibson won 
two games for the Cardinals but was the loser in 
the final game. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1969, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 
Min.), color, $1.00 

The New York Mets, National League Cham- 
pions, defeated the American League winner, 
Baltimore, for the world championship. The Mets 
won four straight games after the Orioles took 
the first one at Baltimore. Shows dazzling de- 
fensive plays which highlighted the series. 
(KHSAA) 

Sportsmanship 

Basketball as a sport lends itself to more 
abuse by fans, players and coaches insofar as 
sportsmanship is concerned than most sports. The 
fans, coaches and players are as close to the play 
as the officials, and consequently form opinions 
whether or not the calls made are correct or not. 
Because tliis situation is present it is all the more 
reason why school administrators make a serious 
effort to create the atmosphere of fair play and 
good sportsmanship at all home games. Coaches 
must promptly discipline players who create 
problems, regardless of the player's ability. Spec- 
tators, whether they be high school students, 
pupils in the lower grades, alumni or residents 
of the community, all have an obligation to show 
courtesy and sportsmanship at the atliletic event. 
The coach, by his calm attitude can do much to 
create the desired goals of fair play and respect 
for officials. — Arizona Hi-Lites 




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Hiqh School AthMe 



CLASS AA STATE CHAMPION BRYAN STATION 







(Left to Right) Front Row: F. Parker, E. Talbert, F. Young, R. Brown, L. 
Hudson, M. Sykes, R. Moberly, W. Gorrell, L. Bond, G. Smith, M. Hardy, C. 
Chiles, T. Kerns, T. Lilly, S. Littral. Second Row: E. Morton, C. Livingston, D. 
Lilly, L. Toomey, R. Beatty, J. Dawson, J. Prather, W. Floyd, M. Walker, J. 
Eversole, B. Trivisonne, T. Bond, J. Clayborne, S. Smith, T. Blythe. Third Row: 
L. Watson, P. Davis, D. Poff, B. Danko, T. Adams, E. Lewis, C. Tuck, G. Grimes, 
G. Mitchell, M. Irvin, J. Land, T. Mitchell, F. Danko, M. Davis, V. Tatum, Trainer 
C. Green. Fourth Row: R. Mitchell, N. Hudson, J. Hiles, T. Underwood, C. Lilly, 
L. Howard, J. Monthis, T. McCray, D. Jones, P. Proctor, D. Bowman, G. Combs, 
P. Canter, G. Coulter, J. Arnold, R. Jefferson, Mgr. M. Plummer. Fifth Row: 
Coach E. Selliers, Coach T. Clark, Coach M. Meighan, Coach J. Stephens. 
Bryan Station 29 — George Rogers Clark Bryan Station 41 — Elizabethtown 
Bryan Station — Henry Clay 7 Bryan Station 19 — Lafayette 

Bryan Station 6 — Trinity Bryan Station 32 — Franklin County 14 

Bryan Station 6 — Jeffersontown 26 Bryan Station 36 — Harrison County 

Bryan Station 43 — Ohio County Bryan Station 25 — Tates Creek 

Playoffs 
Bryan Station 16 — Highlands 2 
Bryan Station 18 — Middlesboro 8 
Bryan Station 14 — Madisonville-North Hopkins 3 







Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



JANUARY 1972 




Conference Standings 



Big Eight Conference 

Madisonville N. Hopkins 
Owensboro 
Union County 
Henderson County 
Owensboro Catholic 
Daviess County 
Henderson 



Central Kentucky Conference 



6 








4 


2 





4 


2 





3 


3 





2 


4 





2 


4 








6 






Division I 
Henry Clay 
Somerset 
Frankfort 
Anderson County 
Stanford 

Jessamine County 
Garrard County 
M. M. I. 

Division II 
Harrodsburg 
Madison 
Paris 
Danville 
Mt. Sterling 
Georgetown 
Woodford County 
Shelbyville 





1 
1 

4 1 







27.50 
23.00 
20.40 
13.57 
13.00 
12.50 
11.43 
N.R. 

20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
18.33 
14.00 
14.00 
13.33 
N.R. 



Cumberland Valley Conference 

Ly"* ^ 4 

Cumberland o o n 

Evarts 2 I 

Hazard „ . n 

Cawood 4 



Eastern Kentucky Mountain Conference 



Whitesburg 

Fleming-Neon 

Belfry 

Wheelwright 

Pikeville 

Elkhorn City 

M. C. Napier 

Virgie 

Johns Creek 

Jenkins 





1 1 

1 1 

2 



Mid-South Conference 

*Warren Central 5 

Cumberland County 5 

Todd Central 4 

Butler County 4 

Greensburg 3 

Park City 3 

Metcalfe County 3 

Warren East 1 

Edmonson County 
•Defeated Cumberland County 

Mid-State Conference 

Bryan Station 3 

Franklin County 4 

Harrison County 4 

Madison Central 2 

George Rogers Clark 2 

Scott County 1 

Montgomery County 



1 
1 



23.7 
23.7 
21.2 
18.3 
17.0 
15.7 
15.0 
11.4 
10.0 





1 1 



Northeastern Kentucky Conference 



McKell 

Russell 

Fairview 

Louisa 

Raceland 

Wurtland 

Catlettsburg 



Highlands 

Dixie Heights 

Holmes 

Lloyd 

Campbell County 

Beechwood 

Newport 

Boone County 

Conner 

Dayton 

Bellevue 

Ludlow 

Simon-Kenton 



4 








25.00 


4 


1 





21.00 


3 


2 





17.00 


3 


3 





16.66 


3 


3 





15.00 


1 


4 





13.66 





5 





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28.00 


9 


1 





24.00 


4 


2 





20.00 


4 


2 





20.00 


6 


4 





18.00 


1 


1 


2 


15.00 


3 


6 





13.33 


2 


5 





12.86 


2 


5 





12.86 


2 


6 





12.78 


1 


4 


1 


12.50 


1 


4 





12.00 


1 


8 





11.22 



Sky Conference 



3 








1 


2 





1 


2 





1 


2 






5 








30.00 


8 


1 





25.00 


5 


2 





20.00 


4 


3 





18.57 


3 


3 





17.50 


3 


5 





16.63 


1 


3 


1 


15.60 


2 


4 


1 


15.43 





7 





12.14 



Bowling Green 
Glasgow 
Russell ville 
Frankhn-Simpson 



Southeastern Kentucky Conference 



Middlesboro 
Pineville 
Corbin 
Bell County 
Harlan 

Knox Central 
Lynn Camp 
Williamsburg 
Laurel County 



Southern Kentucky Athletic Conference 

Glasgow 

Campbellsville 

Caverna 

Tompkinsville 

Greensburg 

Metcalfe County 

Western Kentucky Athletic Conference 

Hopkinsville 
Paducah Tilghman 
Mayfield 
Caldwell County 
Trigg County 
Murray 

Bowling Green 
Franklin-Simpson 
Reidland 

Crittenden County 
Lone Oak 
Fort Campbell 
Russellville 
North Marshall 
Christian County 
Fulton 



3 








23.30 


2 


2 





17.50 


3 


2 





17.00 


1 


2 





16.67 


1 


2 





13.33 





2 





10.00 



6 








25.25 


4 


1 





25.00 


5 


1 


1 


21.00 


5 


3 





20.00 


8 


1 





19.44 


4 


5 





18.33 


4 


3 





17.86 


2 


4 





16.66 


3 


2 


1 


16.66 


2 


3 


1 


15.83 


2 


4 


1 


15.71 


2 


3 





15.00 


2 


4 





15.00 


2 


4 





15.00 





6 


1 


14.28 





7 





11.73 






The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIV— No. 6 



JANUARY, 1972 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Members 





Kentucky. 

Education is a strong thread running through 
both the Hawkins and Simpson famiUes. Three 
of Hawkins' daughters are teachers, and a fourth 
daughter is a freshman at Western Kentucky 
University, majoring in education. A son. Robert, 
was on the Mt. Sterling freshman football team 
last fall. His wife, the former Jane Duncan of 
Monticello, was a teacher who is now with the 
State Department of Economic Security. 

Simpson's wife, the former Estelle Martin of 
Todd County, is an elementary school teacher. 
A son. Oliver, is in dental school at Howard 
University, while a daughter, Rosetta, is a grad- 
uate student at Michigan. 



Arthur R. Hawkins 



Frank B Simpson of Louisville and Arthur R. 
Hawkins of Mt. Sterhng have been elected to 
membership on the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control. 
Mr Simpson is a Jefferson County assistant super- 
intendent for general administration services, and 
Mr Hawkins is an instructor and assistant foot- 
baU coach on the Mt. Sterling City School Staff. 

A graduate of Kentucky State College m 1942, 
Frank Simpson received his M.A. degree from the 
University of Kentucky in 1956. He was a high 
school principal for twenty-one years, twelve 
years of which were spent at the Todd County- 
High School where he was basketball and track 
coach He was principal of the HopkinsviUe At- 
tucks High School dui-ing the 1958-67 period 
being appointed to his present position with the 
Jefferson County Board of Education on July 1. 

1 Qfi7 

While in Western Kentucky Mr. Simpson 
served as Vice-President of the old East-41 
BasketbaU League, President of the Third District 
Teachers Association, and President of the Second 
District Principals Association. He served twelve 
years on the Executive Committee of Kentucky 
State College Alumni Association, now serving 
the second year as Vice-President of this associa- 
tion He served three years on the Governors 
Commission on Higher Education. He was on tire 
Regional Mental Health Board of Hopkmsville 
for five years, and has been a steward m the 
Christian Methodist Episcopal Chuixh for twenty- 
six years A former Kentucky State College ath- 
lete Mr Simpson had played three sports in 
high school, basketball, football and track. 

Arthur Hawkins was born in ShelbyviUe but 
his early years were spent in Hampton, Virginia. 
At Kentucky State College he was a member of the 
1934 National Negro Championship Football Team. 
In 1938 he went to the Mt. Sterling DuBois High 
School as coach in football, basketball, track and 
basebaU where he taught classes m government, 
history and trades. When DuBois closed seven 
years ago he went to the Mt. Sterling High School 
as an instructor. He stays close to athletics by 
coaching a junior high basketbaU team and scout- 
ing for the Mt. Sterling varsity football teaim He 
received his M.A. degree from the Umversity ot 



Is Winning Everything? 

By N. F. Secretary Clifford B. Fagan 

ATTEMPTING TO WIN IS THE ESSENCE 
OF ALL COMPETITION. A contest in which one 
of the participants, be it an individual or a team, 
does not put forth ma.ximum effort to win is 
uninteresting. Enjoyment is greatest when the 
effort to win is maximal. This principle is recog- 
nized throughout the world. 

THE DESIRE TO WIN in competition spon- 
sored by education programs must be tempored 
by adherence to principles of sportsmanship. 
Thus, the competition must be conducted in ac- 
cordance with both the letter and the spirit of 
the rule. It is not enough to simply follow the 
letter of the rule. If the interscholastic program 
is to provide an opportunity for maximum bene- 
fits, it is necessary that those involved with the 
game abide by ethical codes which require the 
participants to conduct themselves not only in 
accordance with the written rule but also ac- 
cording to the intention of the rule. 

FOR EXAMPLE. "BEATING THE BALL" 
has long been considered unsportsmanlike in 
football. It is possible to gain an unearned and- 
undeserved advantage by "beating the ball". The 
tactic can be developed so that it is extremely 
difficult for officials to detect. Adherence to the 
spirit of the rule precludes competitors from 
using such undesirable practices and thus insur- 
ing their competing in a sportsmanlike manner 
as far as action at the snap is concerned. 

TEAMS AND COMPETITORS CAN, if they 
want to. find many opportunities to develop skills 
and techniques which will satisfy the letter but 
not the spirit of the rule. It is just as unsports- 
manhke to "cheat" on the spirit of a rule as it 
is to violate its letter. Actually there is good rea- 
son to believe that it is more unsportsmanhke to 
violate the spirit of the rule. This is because in 
many instances abusing the spirit is harder to 
detect and more difficult to penaUze. 

IT IS EXTREMELY UNFORTUNATE that 
many people who are interested in interscholastic 
athletics, be they administrator, coach, participant. 
(Continued on Page Sixteen) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1972 



JANUARY, 1972 VOL. XXXIV— No. 6 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, Lexington, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

Assistant Editor J. B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington, Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Morton Combs 11968-1972), Carr Creek 

Vice-President James T. Dotson (1968-1972). Pikeville 

Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; 
WiUiam C. Doan (1971-1975), Cynthiana; Lee T. Mills 
(1969-19731. Frankfort; Richard Vincent (1969-1973), 
Sturgis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro; Roy L. 
Winchester (1970-1974), Bethleliem. 

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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. 1971 Football Participation List 

2. School's Report on Football Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (FootbaU) 



Approved and Certified Officials 

A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registereii of- 
ficials qualified for the advanced rating of Ap- 
proved and Certified as a result of the National 
Federation basketball examination which was 
given in Kentucky on December 6, 1971. Only of- 
ficials receiving these higher ratings are ehgible 
to work in the district and regional tournaments. 
Only Certified officials are ehgible to work in the 
State Tournament. 

Basketball officials who qualified for ad- 
vanced ratings during the current season are as 
follows: 

CERTIFIED OFFICIALS 



Adams, James C. 
Alexander, Rex 
Allen, Nelson R. 
Anders, Raleigh 
Bates, Bob 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Bertsch, Ron 
Biter, Charles D. 
Black, WiUis L. 
Blackwood, Thomas 'W. 
Blevins, Boone 
Boyles, Paul 
Brant, Bernard 
Brashear, Loy Ray 
Brock, Alben 
Brock, John H. 
Brown, Billy C. 
Brown, E. C. 
Brown, John 'W. "Scoop" 
Browning, Earl 
Bnmer, Jack C. 
Burch, Bill 
Burke, Harry R. 
Butcher, Douglas 
Butcher, GranviUe "Bo" 
Butler, Bob 
Butner, Billy M. 
Caldwell, James 
Canady, Ray B. 
Carlberg, John H. 
Cash, Charles 
Cleavenger, Ed 



Clemmons, Sam 
Cloud, Ralph L. 
CoUey, Lynn W. 
CoUier, Burnard 
CoUins, Hubert 
Combs, Keith A. 
Conley, Ted L. 
Cooksey, Marvin 
Cox, Rufus A. 
Crager, Bobby F. 
Cravens, Robert L. 
Croft, Lewis E. 
Culp, Ronald D. 
Dame, L. J. 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Davis, Harold T. 
Day, Bin E. 
Decker, Dennis L. 
Dennedy, Bob 
DeVary, Bill 
Disken, James W. 
Dixon, Ronald R. 
Dobson, Kenneth 
Dorsey, James 
Dotson, John B. 
DriskeU, Earl, Jr. 
Duerson, "Wm. R. 
Duff, Earl 
Durbin, Hade, Jr. 
Durbin, Roy 
DuvaU, Thomas J., Sr. 



Dyke, Orville D. 
Elhott, CarroU L. 
Emery, George A. 

Farley, Jimmy 
Finley, Albert 
Fish, Leland G. 
Flynn, Bobby 
Foster, Bob 
Freppon, Tom 
Fritz, Sherman 

Gaither, Gene 
Gardner, Howard E. 
Gettler, John F. 
Gibson, Fred W. 
Gilbert, Gerald L. 
Goins, Edgar S. 
Goley, James E. 
Goodman, Jack 
Gour, Bob 
Green, Donald 

Hardin, Don G. 
HaU, WilUam W. 
Hamm, Gerald A. 
Hammons, Norman 
Hancock, Norb 
Harned, Victor C. 
Harper, Randall H. 
Harper, Robie 
Harris, Billy 
Harrison, John L. 
Hawkins, Donald 
Hayden, John O. 
Hayes, James V. 
Hewitt, R. T. 
Hicks, Harold D. 
Hill, Earl F. 
HiU, James P. 
Hina, Roy D. 
Hinton, Henry E., Jr. 
Hofsetter, Joe 
Holt, Robert E. 
Hook, Don 
Horsman, Bill 
Howard, James 
Hubbs, Cletus L., Jr. 
Hume, Charles E. 
Hunt, Leonard D. 
Hutchens, Jim 

Jent, Richard 
Johnson, Harry B. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, Walter 
Jones, Frank 
Jordan, Art 

KeUy, Charles R. 
Kimmel, Jerry 
King, Jim 
King, Raymond H. 
Kirk, Charles 
Knight, Bill 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Kuhl, Lawrence 

Latkovski, Anastasius 
Laubheimer, Donald 
Lawson, Rondell 
Lequire, H. M. 
Lile, Clyde F. 
LiUie, Wes 
Linette, James M. 



Littlepage, Pryce B. 
Long, Robert F. 
Louden, Hubert 
Lowe, Gene T. 
Lusby, George H. 
McCargo, Frank 
McCoy, Hayse 
McGehee, G. K. 
McGinty, L. V., Jr. 
McKinney, Adelle F. 
McLane, Albert I. 
McLeod, Robert 
Madden, McElroy 
Madon, Robert L. 
Maines, George 
Mathis, Mike 
May, E. B., Jr. 
May, Larry 
Meleai-, Leland 
Meredith, Denny 
Milbern, Daniel L. 
MiUer, Bob 
Miller, Ferrel 
Montgomery, Chester 
Moore, Marvin 
Moore, Robert 
Morgan, Richard 
Morse, Richai'd K. 
Moser, Rudy C. 
MurreU, Allen L. 
O'ConneU, James M. 
Omer, Harold G. 
O'Nan, Hai-old 
O'Nan, Norman 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Bruce Van 
Pace, Donald 
Padgett, R. K. 
Parrott, Lanny L. 
Patterson, Bill 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Pence, Wm. Jerry 
Perkins, P.cu'.iie 
Perry, James E. 
Poe, Thomas E. 
Powers, Elmer 
Ramey, Herb 
Redle, Joel E. 
Redman, Melvin Paul 
Reed, Charies K. 
Rees, GayJe H. 
Reinhardt, Myron 
Rehiord, Paul G. 
Rexroat, Jerry L. 
Ricketts, C. O. 
Ricketts, Donald 
Ring, WiUiam H. 
Rister, Edgar L. 
Ritter, Goebel 
Rodgers, Tom 
Roe, Doyle "Buddy" 
Roesel, Joseph F. 
Rogers, Eldridge 
Rogers, Howard 
Roller, Otis 
Runyon, Tommy Dean 
St. Clair, Robert L., Jr. 
Salyer, Henry E. 
Schmidt, Thomas 
Sears, Wilson 
Seavers, Joe 



(Continued on Page Fifteen) 



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Page Three 



1971-72 MEMBERSHIP IN THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

REGION I 



School 
D. 1 



D. 2 



D. 3 



D. 4 



D. 5 



D. 6 



D. 7 



D. 8 



D. 9 



D. 10 



Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman Count\' 

Ballard Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 

St. Mary 

Cuba 

Fancj' Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Benton 

Calloway County 

Murray 

North Marshall 

South Marshall 



Caldwell County 
Crittenden Counr^' 
Fredonia 

Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 
Henderson 
Henderson County 
Providence 
LInion County 
NVebster County 
Dawson Springs 
Earlington 
Madisonville- 

North Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 
Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Todd Co. Central 



Apollo 

Calhoun 

Daviess County 

Livermore 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 

Sacramento 

Trinity 

Bremen 

Central City 

Drakes boro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 



Address 

Bardwell 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Clinton 

Barlow 

W. Paducah 

Paducah 

Paducah 

Paducah 

Paducah 

Mayfield 

Fancy Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Benton 

Murray 

Murray 

Calvert City 

Benton 



Tel. No. Principal 



628-5411 
472-1741 
236-3168 
653-5461 
665-5151 
488-3126 
554-1820 
443-6296 
898-2441 
442-1681 
382-2336 
623-4349 
345-2171 
674-5333 
247-4461 
328-8256 
8=il-3231 
376-2236 
527-9091 
753-5479 
753-5202 
395-4400 
527-2891 

REGION 2 



Burley Mathis 
Bobby Snider 
Bobby McCord 
James H. Phillips 
Bob Buchanan 
Joseph K. Estes 
Glenn E. Dexter 
James Traylor 
Benjamin D. Sydboten 
Bro. Bede Keller 
W. W. Chumbler 
Jimmy C. Wiggins 
C. W. Jones ' 
Charles Hamlin 
Barney Thweatt 
James A. Pickard 
Cecil Reid 
Tames A. Baker 
Bobby G. Miller 
Howard Crittenden 
Eli Alexander 
Gerald S. Jones 
William A. Cothran 



Princeton 

Marion 

Fredonia 

Burna 

Eddyville 

Cadiz 

Henderson 

Henderson 

Providence 

Morganfield 

Dixon 

Dawson Springs 

Earlington 

Madisonville 

Nortonville 

Nebo 

Hopkinsville 

Fort Campbell 

Hopkinsville 

Elkton 



365-3521 Charles T. Elder 

965-2248 Lorenza D. Davis 

545-3431 Dennis Cox 

988-3263 Kennth T. Hardin 

388-78S3 Lige Shadowen 

522-6653 Arnold S. Oaken 

826-9568 William H. Womack 

827-2506 N. D. Barra 

667-2411 Thomas W. Johnson 

389-1454 Richard Vincent 

639-2651 Hugh E. Sellers 

797-2017 Paul B. Stevens 

383-5511 Bob Rogers 

821-8503 Floyd Brown 

676-3443 A. L. Skaggs, Jr. 

249-3151 A. O. Richards 

886-4463 Neal R. Tucker 

798-2540 Bill R. Perry 

886-3384 Mac Arthur 

265-2506 Andrew Renick 



Owensboro 

Calhoun 

Owensboro 

Livermore 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Sacramento 

Whitesville 

Bremen 

Cenrral City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Beechmont 

Powderly 



REGION 3 

685-3121 
273-3264 
684-5285 
278-2522 
684-7221 
6S4-6441 
736-2343 
233-5533 
525-3211 
754-2272 
476-8411 
338-1317 
338-4650 
476-2204 
338-3550 



Frank A. List 
Delbert Settle 
W. P. Wheeler 
William D. Snodgrass 
Clyde Hunsaker 
Rev. Gerald Calhoun 
Hoy R. Long 
Virgil H. Sublett 
Ken Arbuckle 
Delmas Gish 
Willard J. Wilcutt 
L. A. Wells 
J. Ernest Atkins 
Charles Eades 
Perry F. Hill 



Coach 

Tom Buchanan 
Gwin Wood 
Charles Murphy 
Dale Ray 
Ron McAlister 
Frank Wright 
Jack McKinney 
Bernie Miller 
Don Rudolph 
Dennis Gourley 
Roy McKamey 
Dennis Pilcher 
Joe Mikez 
Scott Schlosser 
Bob Sparks 
Ken Wray 
Donald Butler 
James Hill 
Edd Jones 
Jerry Conley 
Bobby Toon 
David King 
Charles Lampley 



Joe M. Hill 
George Whitecotton 
Bob Hooks 
Don Ringstaff 
James Ringstaff 
James Wallace 
Marshall Mason 
John Eblen 
Philip D. Back 
Larry Royalty' 
Eddie Ford 
Grover Canty 
Bob Rogers 

Don Parson 
Lanny Woodward 
Gary Morgan 
Bob Hoggard 
Roy R. Medlock 
Carl Yahnig 
Charles Hayslip 



Jim Lambert 
Tris Kington 
Randy Embry 
James T. Neathery 
Roben Watson 
Mike Grebe 
Earl Devine 
Bri'ce Roberts 
Randy Swann 
Jack Day 
Robie Harper 
Dan Omlor 
Charles Strasburger 
Tames B. Milam 
Wendell Brown 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1972 


School 




Address 


Tel. No. 


Principal 


Coach 


D. 


11 


Breckinridge County 


Harned 


756-2149 


Frank Reams 


Tommy Davis 






Fordsville 


Fordsville 


276-3601 


J. M. Vance 


Larq' G. Frank 






Frederick Fraize 


Cloverport 


788-3388 


Eugene Pardue 


Ed Belcher 






Hancock County 


Lewisport 


927-6712 


Clifton Banks, Jr. 


Denzel Mefford 






Ohio Counti' 


Hartford 


274-3366 


Shelby C. Forsythe 


Ken Baughn 






St. Romuald 


Hardinsburg 


756-5504 


Sr. Helen Marie 


Scott Willoughby 


D. 


12 


Butler County 


Morgantown 


526-3753 


Darrel C. Hampton 


Ronald Fentress 






Caney\'ille 


Caneyville 


879-4211 


Ramon Majors 


Bill Lee 






Clarkson 


Clarkson 


242-3061 


James R. Woosley 


Bowman Davenport 






Edmonson County 


Brownsville 


597-2932 


Roy James 


Billy Clemmons 






Leitchfield 


Leitchfield 


259-4175 


John 'Hill Taylor 


Don Lee 








REGION 4 






D. 


13 


Adairville 


Adairville 


539-7711 


Jesse L. Richards 


Tommy Cummings 






Auburn 


Auburn 


542-4181 


Howard Gorrell 


Gerald Sinclair 






Chandler's Chapel 


Auburn 


542-4139 


Morris Shelton 


Ivan G. Pogue 






Lewisburg 


Lewisburg 


755-6191 


Bill McKinney 


Bob Birdwhistell 






Olmstead 


Olmstead 


734-4621 


John W. McCarley 


Jim Marion 






RussellviUe 


Russellville 


726-6434 


Don M. Turner 


Wayne Mullen 


D. 


14 


Bowling Green 


Bowling Green 


842-1674 


Basil Jones 


Don Webb 






Franklin-Simpson 


Franklin 


586-3?73 


Ray Hammers 


Frank Cardwell 






Warren Central 


Bowling Green 


842-7302 


Henry Resch 


Lowell Hammers 






Warren East 


Bowling Green 


781-1277 


Kenneth Harvey 


Buddy Cate 


D. 


15 


Allen County 


Scortsviile 


622-4119 


Bennie I. Keen 


Tommy Long 






Austin-Tracy 


Lucas 


646-2236 


G. R. Helm 


Bill R. Reece 






Glasgow 


Glasgow 


651-8801 


Eldon J. Smith 


Tommy Downing 






Hiseville 


Hiseville 


453-2611 


F. P. Newberry 


Bob Sturgeon 






Park City 


Park City 


749-2665 


Darrell Florence 


Sonny Oliphant 






Scottsville 


Scottsville 


237-3751 


Bruce Stewart 


Lyle Dunbar 






Temple Hill 


Glasgow 


427-2611 


James C. Coomer 


Jim Faulkner 


D. 


16 


Clinton County 


Albany 


387-5569 


Perry C Hay 


Lindle Castle 






Cumberland County 


Burkesville 


864-3451 


David Sharp 


Larry McDonald 






Gamaliel 


Gamaliel 


457-2341 


Edwin Steen 


Jerome Taylor 






Metcalfe County 


Edmonton 


432-2481 


Howard B. Keel 


Russell VanZant 






Tompkinsville 


Tompkinsville 


487-6217 


Randall Grider 


Prentice Stanford 








REGION 5 






D. 


17 


East Hardin 


Glendale 


854-2300 


Don Cothran 


Don Morris 






Elizabethtown 


Elizabethtown 


769-3381 


Paul E. Kerrick 


Ray Vencill, Jr 






Fort Knox- 


Fort Knox 


624-6647 


Robert B. Burrow 


Joe Smith 






Meade County 


Brandenburg 


422-3214 


Jimmy A. Elmore 


David Jenkins 






North Hardin 


Radcliff 


351-3167 


Ray Story 


Wally Johnson 






West Hardin 


Stephensburg 


862-3924 


Kennth Riddle 


Jim Taylor 


D. 


18 


Caverna 


Horse Cave 


773-7951 


Roy D. With row 


JEddie Claycomb 






Greensburg 


Greensburg 


932-5231 


Eugene E. Tate 


Carl Deaton 






Hart County 


Munfordville 


524-9341 


Kenneth Sidwell 


Ken Metcalf 






Larue County 


Hodgenville 


358-3195 


Robert E. Brown 


Larry Pursiful 


D. 


19 


Bardstown 


Barstown 


348-5913 


John H. Branson 


Garnis Martin 






Bethlehem 


Bardstown 


348-8594 


Sr. Josephine Wathen 


Bruce Blair 






Nelson County 


Bardstown 


348-9046 


T. G. Florence 


Ernest Ruby 






Washington County 


Springfield 


336-3718 


Jack H. Waff 


Dan Richards 


D 


20 


Adair Count>' 


Columbia 


384-2751 


J. T. Coomer 


George A. Critz 






Campbellsville 


Campbellsville 


465-8774 


R. Brooks Bates 


Jerry Parker 






Marion County 


Lebanon 


692-6066 


Wm. Virgil Chambers 


Pat Tully 






Taylor County 


Campbellsville 


465-4431 


Elward L. Cox 


Billy B. Smith 








REGION 6 






D 


21 


Central 


Louisville 


584-6193 


Jesse W. Hackett 


Robert Graves 






Flaget 


Louisville 


778-5528 


Bro. Kirby Boone 


Edward Fehring 






Lorctto 


Louisville 


778-2122 


Sr. Carol Dumphy 


Bunny Daugherry 






Portland Christian 


Louisville 


363-5943 


Earl MuUins. Sr. 


Eugene Schreiner 






Shawnee 


Louisville 


774-2353 


Samuel Robinson 


James Gordon 


D 


22 


Angela Merici 


Louisville 


447-5911 


Sr. Louise Marie 


Betty Dwver 






Bishop David 


Louisville 


447-3442 


Bro. Charles Blavat 


Dan King 






Butler 


Louisville 


448-4620 


H. L. Hatfield 


Lonnie Willoughby 






Pleasure Ridge Park 


Louisville 


935-5464 


Bobby Green 


Gary Schaffer 






Western 


Louisville 


447-3221 


John D. Brown 


Leonard Brown 


D 


. 23 


Doss 


Louisville 


935-2948 


J. S. Pittenger 


Sam Hosbach 






Fairdale 


Fairdale 


366-1468 


Harry K. Hardin 


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D. 34 



Holy Rosar}' Academy 

Stuan 

Valley 

DeSales 

Iroquois 

Southern 

Thomas Jefferson Louisville 



Address 

Louisville 
Valley Station 
Valley Station 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 



Tel. No. 

363-2213 
935-3155 
93~-2300 
361-1231 
366-0373 
969-1331 
969-3271 



Principal Coach 

Sr. Man,- H. Thieneman 

Henr>' Howard 



Denzil J. Ramsey 
W, J. Picken 
Rev. Murray Phelan 
Edwin K. Binford 
Irvin Brooks 
W. D. Bruce, Jr. 



Ahrens Voc. Tech. 

duPont Manual 

Ky. School f/Blind 

L-ville Collegiate 

Male 

Mercy Academy 

Presentation Acad. 

St. Xavier 

Ursuline Academy 

Atherton 

Kentucky Home 

Louisville Co. Day 

Sacrel Heart Acad. 

Seneca 

Trinit^• 

Durrett 

Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Marion C. Moore 

Assumption 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Academy 

Waggener 

Westport 



Anderson 
Bullitt Central 
Taylorsville 
Western 
Eminence 
Henrj' Counrj^ 
Shelby County 
Shelb\TilIe 
Carroll County- 
Gallatin County' 
Oldham Counn- 
Trimble Counrs' 
Georgetown 
Grant County 
Owen Counrj' 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Boone County 

Connor 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

Saint Henry 

Simon Kenton 

Walton-Verona 

Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

LaSalette Academy 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame Acad. 

Villa Madonna Acad. 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Fetn Creek 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Middletown 

Lyndon 

Louisville 

Louisville 



Lawrenceburc 

Shepherdsville 

Taylorsville 

Sinai 

Eminence 

New Castle 

Shelbj-ville 

Shelbyville 

Carrollton 

Warsaw 

LaGrange 

Bedford 

Georgetown 

Dry Ridge 

Owenton 

Georgetown 

Williamstown 



REGION 7 

583-1641 
636-1441 
896-8983 
451-5330 
582-2613 
584-5589 
583-5935 
636-2525 
587-171" 
459-3610 
452-2163 
895-3452 
897-1811 
451-4330 
895-6765 
368-5831 
239-3267 
267-7486 
964-3376 
458-9551 
425-5076 
245-4161 
425-7901 
895-0567 
425-2541 

REGION 8 

8^9-3431 
543-7021 
477-2230 
839-3608 
845-4071 
^46-8421 
633-2344 
633-4869 
732-6185 
567-4091 
222-9461 
255-3268 
863-3805 
824-4433 
484-5509 
863-2640 
824-4421 



Florence 

Hebron 

Ft. Mitchell 

Erlanger 

Erianger 

Independence 

Walton 

Ft. Mitchell 

Covington 

Covington 

Covington 

Covington 

Covington 

Ludlow 

Covington 

Covington 



REGION 9 

3^1-6020 
689-7885 
341-7650 
341-^530 
341-9309 
356-3541 
485-4293 
331-1220 
431-5351 
291-7044 
291-1104 
431-1335 
291-5355 
261-8211 
261-4300 
261-3441 



Byron H. Bell 
George Sauer 
L. P. Howser 
Nancy E. Kussrow 
Foster Sanders 
Sr. Mary P. Pfeffer 
Sr. Sheila Ann Madden 
Bro. Conrad Callahan 
Sr. M. Laurene Reh 
Keith Eiken 
Alwyn Dickerson 
John Gernert 
Sr. Jean M. Hettinger 
Luther McDowell 
Rev. Thomas A. Duerr 
Johnnie P. Lee 
I. V. Reschar, Sr. 
William T. Reynolds 
W. T. Klapheke 
Sr. M. Corrine Burt 
Pat Crawford 
George E. Morrison 
N. C. Hodgin 
Anhur K. Draut 
James O. Gatewood 



Bill W. Rideout 
George E. Valentine 
L. W. Mulllns 
Robert B. Turner 
Woody Barwick 
Carl A. Collins 
Bruce Sweeney 
Mel Chandler 
James B. Edwards 
Billy E. Prewitt 
James Pack 
Roben Clark 
David I. Stuart 
Carl W. Webster 
William Rector 
Z. T. Lester 
Shirley D. Wagoner 



George K. Toadvine 

Paul Hogan 

Arthut J. Walsh 

Charles Fugitt 

Sr. Joseph Marie 

Robert Barnes 

Hobert R. Thompson 

Harold Williams 

Kenneth Gross 

Rev. Paul A. Arbogast 

Fred Moeves 

Fred Breyer 

Sr. Mar\' Burns 

Dan L. Sullivan 

Sr. Mary Virginia Ann 

Sr. M. Clarita 



Glenn Collie 
Lucian Raque 
Tom Johnson 
William Kidd 
John Givens 



Wade Houston 
Ralph Underbill 

Rosemary Jenkins 
Jim Huter 

Vivian Dunlevy 
Martin Donlon 
Sr. Dorothy Downey 
Eugene Minton 
Jane Allen 
Harold Owen 
Patricia Lally 
George Unseld 
Joe Thompson 
Adrian Cooksey 
Harry S. Hardin 
Jack Haury 
Gene F. Carroll 
Marj' Helen Zahn 
Richard Schmidt 
W. M. Kercher 
W. T. Simpson 
John Reuther 
Ray Noe 



James Lindsey 
Norman Weaver 
Ray Foster 
Larn- H. Gritton 
J. T. Stinson 
Craynor Slone 
Mitchell Bailey 
Evan Settle 
Bill Fultz 
Jim Barnes 
Bobby Simpson 
J. T. Peniston 
Pete Gill 

C. R. Wenderoth 
Cecil Todd 
J. W. Ballard 
Charles M. Reeves 



James Connor 
Bill Warfield 
Bill Jones 
Charles Perry 
William Code 
Bob Hiller 
Reed Tyler 
Jim Molley 
Dick Maile 
Rev. Ed Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
Ralph Kemphaus 

Andy Christofield 

Cathy Sullivan 



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School 




Address 


Tel. No. 


Principal 


Coach 


D. 


35 


BeIlc\Tae 


Bellevue 


261-2980 


William Armstrong 


John Gtoss 






Dayton 


Dajton 


261-4357 


Frank Lyons 


Tom Hood 






Newport 


Newport 


431-0064 


Gene Sell 


Bobby Vanderpool 






Newport Catholic 


Newport 


441-7100 


Bro. Kenneth Pfister 


Ronald Albrinck 


D. 


36 


Bishop Brossart 


Alexandria 


635-2108 


Rev. Robert J. Urlage 


Thomas Seither 






Campbell Count>' 


Alexandfia 


635-2192 


Glenn Ravenscraft 


Leroy Randall 






Highlands 


Ft. Thomas 


441-1301 


Robert M. Gsthwind 


Tom Russell 






St. Thomas 


Ft. Thomas 


441-2211 


Sr. Judith McMahon 


Ken Shields 






Silver Grove 


Silver Grove 


441-3873 


Bernard Sandfoss 


Donnie Gaunce 








REGION 10 






D. 


37 


Bourbon County 


Paris 


987-2550 


Tack Clifford 


Russ Day 






Harrison County 


Cynthiana 


234-3253 


William C. Doan 


Woodie Crum 






MiUersburg Mil. inst 


MiUersburg 


484-3352 


Joseph R. Johnson 


Larry J. Allison 






Nicholas County 


Carlisle 


289-5584 


E. G. Jones 


Billy Anderson 






Paris 


Paris 


987-4545 


Bob Anderson 


Earl Redwine 


D. 


38 


Augusta 


Augusta 


756-3951 


Margaret Kelsch 


Joe Mahan 






Bracken County 


Brooksville 


735-3135 


Jarvis Parsley 


David Hamilton 






Deming 


Mt. Olivet 


724-2700 


Harry E. Meacham 


Marvin Bradley 






Pendleton Countj' 


Falmouth 


654-3355 


Jack Beck 


Phillip Wood 


D. 


33 


Fleming Counrj' 


Flemingsburg 


845-6601 


Fairce O. Woods 


Robert Hall 






Mason County 


Maysville 


564-6409 


Elza Whalen, Tr. 


James Mitchell 






Maysville 


Maysville 


564-3856 


Robert L. Bidd'le 


Tom Creamer 






St. Patrick 


Maysville 


564-5329 


Sr. M. Jude Birck 


Bill Forman 






ToUesboro 


Tollesboro 


798-2541 


Charles M. Hughes 


Alan Bane 


D. 


40 


Bath County 


Owingsville 


674-6325 


Arnold Stacy, Jr. 


Julian Cunningham 






George Rogers Clark 


Winchester 


744-6111 


Robert D. Campbell 


Thomas Goebel 






Montgomery' County 


Mt. Sterling 


498-2250 


David B. Gover 


Bill Schott 






Mt. Sterling 


Mt. Sterling 


498-3484 


Winston Hamilton 


"Whitt Criswell 








REGION 11 






D. 


41 


Frankfort 


Frankfort 


233-8030 


Gene Wright 


Rex Pitts 






Franklin County 


Frankfort 


227-2236 


Robert W. Hoagland 


John Lykins 






Lexington Catholic 


Lexington 


277-7183 


Rev. Robett NieberdingHarry T. Starns 






Margaret Hall 


Versailles 


873-3751 


Rev. Collcy W. Bell, Jr 








Woodford Count\' 


Versailles 


873-5434 


Charles O. Dawson 


Donald Lane 


D. 


42 


Burgin 


Burgin 


748-5170 


Charles Kolasa 


Bruce Johnson 






Harrodsburg 


Harrodsburg 


734-3242 


L. D. Knight 


Bill Baldridge 






Jessamine County 


Nicholasville 


885-4849 


Zeb Blankenship 


Steve Deskins 






Mercer County 


Harrodsburg 


734-4195 


Kenneth D. King 


Steve Clevcnger 


D. 


43 


Bryan Station 


Lexington 


299-9212 


Leo H. Brewsaugh 


J. Robert Barlow 






Henry Clay 


Lexington 


269-3326 


Bill C. Hurt 


Al Prewitt 






Lafayette 


Lexington 


277-5122 


Lloyd Smith 


lock Sutherland 






Sayre 


Lexington 


254-1361 


Glenn Byron Bell 


Gerald Walton 






Tates Creek 


Lexington 


272-1513 


Warren Featherston 


Nolan Barger 


D. 


44 


Berea Community 


Berea 


986-4911 


James K. Miller 


Joe Prats 






Estill County 


Irvine 


723-3537 


Paul Hughes 


Roy Woolum 






Madison 


Richmond 


623-280S 


James R. Fleenor 


Kenneth Tate 






Madison Central 


Richmond 


623-1530 


James B. Moore 


Don Richardson 






Model 


Richmond 


622-2986 


Jim G. Henry 


Shirley Kearns 








REGION 12 






D. 


45 


Boyle County 


Danville 


236-5047 


Charles W. Scott 


Harry Graham 






Danville 


Danville 


236-6373 


James McAfee 


David Cotttell 






Garrard County 


Lancaster 


792-2146 


Johnnie Ray Laswell 


Rav Hammonds 






Ky. School for Deaf 


Danville 


236-5132 


William McCord 


Bob Sparks 


D. 


46 


Casey County 


Liberty 


787-6151 


Humphrey T. Elliott 


Robert Payne 






Crab Orchard 


Ctab Orchard 


355-2331 


Tom Blankenship 


Virgil Bengc 






Hustonville 


Hustonville 


346-3831 


Cecil Purdom 


Johnny Wilder 






McKinney 


McKinney 


346-5291 


M. C. Montgomery 


Mike Candler 






Memorial 


Waynesburg 


365-7018 


Jack H. Blair 


Roger Meek 






Stanford 


Stan f Of d 


365-2191 


Norman McGuffey 


James Baird 


D. 


47 


McCreary County 


Whitley City 


376-2213 


Phillip R. Carter 


Charles Eckler 






Monticello 


Monticello 


348-4681 


Eldon E. Davidson 


Joe W. Harper 






Pine Knot 


Pine Knot 


354-2511 


Eddie Brown 


Mike Chancy 






Russell County 


Russell Springs 


866-3341 


Ronald Chumbley 


Allen Feldhaus 






Wayne County 


Monticello 


348-3311 


Arthur J. Lloyd 


Jack Upchurch 



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Tel. No. 


Principal 


Coach 


D. 


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Burnside 


Burnside 


561-4250 


C. L. Simpson 


Earl Hicks 






Eubank 


Eubank 


379-4661 


Harold C. Carter 


Denton Ping 






Laurel Count>' 


London 


864-7371 


R. Harold Storm 


Raymond Reed 






Nanc>' 


Nancy 


636-6421 


James A. Sears 


Ray Ramsey 






Pulaski County 


Somerset 


679-1574 


Garvis Burkett 


Bill Mauney 






Shopville 


Shopville 


274-3181 


Phillip R. Baker 


Roger Smith 






Somerset 


Somerset 


678-4721 
REGION 13 


James R. WUliams 


Ron Whitson 


D. 


49 


Annville Institute 


Annville 


364-5109 


Gayle Horn 


lerry Hacker 






Brodhead 


Brodhead 


-58-3385 


Bige W. Towery Jr. 


William D. Riddle 






Clay County 


Manchester 


598-3737 


Robert Campbell 


Bobbv Keith 






Jackson County 


McKee 


287-7155 


Clayton Taylor 


R. B. Morris 






Livingston 


Livingston 


453-2121 


Buford Parkerson 


Preston Parrett 






Mt. Vernon 


Mt. Vernon 


256-2953 


Cleston Saylor 


Jack L. Laswell 






Oneida Institute 


Oneida 


847-2202 


David C. Jackson 


George I. Hensley 


D. 


50 


Barbouri-ille 


Barbourville 


546-3129 


Charles Singleton 


H. D. Tye 






Corbin 


Corbin 


528-3902 


Louie Martin 


John Fletcher 






Knox Central 


Barbourville 


546-41 S8 


Clinton B. Hammons 


Don Bingham 






Lynn Camp 


Corbin 


528-5429 


P. M. Broughton 


Calvin Vaughn 






St. Camillas Acad. 


Corbin 


528-5077 


St. M. Amabilis 


Jim Lankster 






■WTiitley Count)' 


Williamsburg 549-1360 


Tony McKiddy 


Jerry Hodges 






Williamsburg 


Williamsburg 549-1915 


Jack V Foley 


Dennis W. Byrd 


D. 


51 


Bell Count)' 


Pineville 


337-2329 


James A. Pursifull 


Lee Gambrel 






Henderson Settle. 


Frakes 


33'-3618 


Herby J. Roark 


Elijah Smith 






Lone Jack 


Four Mile 


337-2435 


C. E. Calloway 


Shirley Goodin 






Middles boro 


Middles boro 


248-1000 


Lloyd Sharp 


Willie Hendrickson 






Pineville 


Pineville 


337-2439 


Lowell Turner 


Raymond Maggard 






Red Bird Settlement 


Beverly 


33"'-2848 


Donald G. Scott 


Stuart Randolph 


D. 


52 


Cumberland 


Cumberland 


589-4625 


Wm. L. Criscillis, Jr. 


Ralph Roberts 






Evarts 


Evans 


837-2502 


O. G. Roaden 


Earl Rogers 






Harlan 


Harlan 


5-'3-3^11 


Tommy Ward 


Kenneth Condra 






James A. Cawood 


Harlan 


573-5027 


W. C. McEarland 


Patrick Jenkins 






Lynch 


Lynch 


848-5486 
REGION 14 


Robert P. Atkinson 


Ed Miracle 


D. 


53 


Fleming-Neon 


Fleming 


855-7597 


Roy T. Reasor 


Larry D. Kincer 






Jenkins 


Jenkins 


832-2184 


Charles D. Stallard 


Robert Dean Collins 






Letcher 


Letcher 


633-2524 


D. C. Taylor 


Dann)' Bates 






Whitesburg 


Whitesburg 


633-2339 


J. M.. Burkich 


John L. Fads 


D. 


54 


Buckhorn 


Buckhorn 


398-7176 


Paul H. Colwell 


Sherman Combs 






Dike Combs Mem. 


Jeff 


436-6811 


Bingham Brashear 


Paul Boggs 






Hazard 


Hazard 


436-3-' 11 


John Quillen 


Roscoe Shackelford 






Leatherwood 


Leatherwood 


675-4431 


John C. Stringer 


Mearl Campbell 






Leslie County 


Hvden 


672-2337 


Wilburn Nantz 


Damon Huff 






M. C. Napier 


Hazard 


436-4541 


Dacker Combs 


Albert Combs 


D. 


55 


Breathitt 


Jackson 


666-2805 


Millard Tolliver 


Jack Stanford 






Carr Creek 


Carr Creek 


642-3585 


R. B. Singleton 


R. B. Singleton 






Cordia 


Hazard 


251-2875 


D. Randall Smith 


Bobby R. 'Smith 






Hindman 


Hindman 


785-3125 


Vesper Singleton 


George Francis 






Jackson 


Jackson 


666-5164 


James B. Goff 


James B. Goff 






Knott County 


Pippa Passes 


368-2756 


Edward Madden 


Eddie Gibson 






Riverside Christian 


Lost Creek 


666-5422 


Doran Hostetler 


Doran Hostetler 


D. 


56 


Hazel Green Academy Hazel Green 


662-4475 


John M. Ridgway 


John O. Henry 






Lee Count)' 


BeattyviUe 


464-8126 


Gordon F. Cook 


Heber Dunaway 






Owsley County 


Booneville 


593-5185 


W. O. Gabbard 


Bobby Terr)' 






Powell County 


Stanton 


663-4475 


Billy F. Rose 


David Fralev 






Wolfe County 


Campton 


668-9565 
REGION 15 


Richard Jett 


Granville Dearon 


D. 


57 


Inez 


Inez 


298-3264 


Wilburn Goble 


Billy Rav Cassady 






Johnson Central 


Paintsville 


789-4890 


W. H. Conley 


Paul W. Williams 






Louisa 


Louisa 


638-45^4 


Stan Radjunas 


Robert L. Prichard 






Paintsville 


Paintsville 


^89-3881 


Paul Wade Trimble 


Dwii;ht Burchett 






Salyersville 


Salyersville 


349-2011 


Harlan Hopkins 


Bucky Ellis 






Warfield 


Warfield 


395-5341 


Russell H. Stepp 


John Williams 


D. 


58 


Betsy Layne 


Betsy Layne 


478-2255 


Gene D. Davis 


Tommy Boyd 






Garrett 


Garrett 


358-3461 


Burnice Gearheart 


John Campbell, Jr. 






McDowell 


McDowell 


377-6202 


Lloyd Stumbo 


Pete Grigsby., Jr. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1972 



School 



D. 59 



D. SO 



D. 61 



D. 62 



D. 63 



D. 64 



Martin 

Mayrown 

Prestonsburg 

Wayland 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

MuUins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

lohns Creek 

Phelps 



Ezel 

Menifee County 

Morgan County 

Rowan County 

University Brecki 

East Carter 

Lewis County' 

Sandy Hook 

West Carter 

Greenup 

McKell 

Raceland 

Russell 

Wurtland 

Boyd County 

Catlettsburg 

Fariview 

Holv Family 

Paul' G. Blaze 



Address 

Martin 

Langley 

Prestonsburg 

Wayland 

■Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Pikeville 

Pikeville 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn Citj' 

Feds Creek 

Pikeville 

Phelps 



Tel. No. Principal 



Ezel 

Frenchburg 
West Liberty 
Morehead 
nridgeMorehead 
Grayson 
Vanceburg 
Sandy Hook 
Olive Hill 
Greenup 
South Shore 
Raceland 
Russell 
Wurtland 
Ashland 
Catlettsburg 
Ashland 
Ashland 
Ashland 



285-3011 
285-3346 
886-2252 
358-3911 
452-2110 
639-2832 
432-3380 
432-2733 
437-6870 
639-2774 
353-7362 
"54-7981 
835-2286 
43 7-6361 
456-7716 

REGION 16 

725-4545 
■768-2373 
743-3705 
784-4135 
783-2127 
474-5714 
796-2823 
738-5225 
286-2481 
473-3781 
932-3323 
836-8221 
836-8112 
836-5931 
928-6473 
739-4663 
324-9226 
324-7040 
325-4706 



Philip Dingus 
Edwin V. Stewart 
Ronald L. Hager 
Johnnie Case 
Ronald A, Turner 
Glenn Wallace 
James E. Branham 
Herman P. Ratliff 
Parker Tiller 
Winston Adkins 
Frank T. Welch 
James V. Powell 
William S. Risner 
John Lester 
Freddie G. Fletcher 



Conrad A. Rowland 
Hiram C. Walters 
Robert S. Boggs 
Buford Risner 
Rondal Hart 
Harlan Fleming 
Douglas Applegate 
William Calhoun 
Andrew J. Fultz 
Wade B. Womack 
Chester Bruce 
Cobble Lee 
Jack D. Fugate 
Charles Banks 
Clyde Stewart 
Roger Adams 
Fred E. Madden 
Sr. Agnes Marian 
Webb Younc 



Coach 

Denzil Halbert 
Eugene Erasure 
Robert Slone 
Rondel Prater 
James F. Francis 
Donald Lee Blair 
Walter B. Coleman 
Bun Jack Bumette 
Wayne Martin 
Bobby Osborne 
Millard Bevins 
Mike M. Tarry 
Ralph Good 
David Collier 
Harold Birchfield 



John M. Johnston 
Joe P. Blankenship 
Gary Hoi brook 
Zane Collins 
Dienzel Dennis 
Roy Murphy 
Stanley Arnzen 
Jess Adkins 
Bert Greene 
Ramey Fletcher 
Ed Lowdenback 
George Steel 
Marvin Meredith 
Larry Jordon 
Brice Thornbury 
Benjamin Coffman 
George Cooke 
Bill Carroll 
Harold Cole 



Minules of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
BuiWing, Lexington, on Friday afternoon, Decem- 
ber 17, 1971, The meeting was called to order by 
President Morton Combs at 2:30. with Board 
members J. C. Cantrell ■William C. Doan, Tom 
Mills, Richard Vincent, W. P. 'Wheeler, and Roy L. 
Winchester: Commissioner Theo, A, Sanford and 
Assistant Commissioner J, B. Mansfield present. 
The invocation was given by J. C. Cantrell. 

Roy L, 'Winchester moved, seconded by ^W, P. 
Wheeler, that the minutes of the September 25th 
meeting be waived, since members of the Board 
had received copies of these minutes. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

President Combs noted the presence of Don 
C. Bale, a member of the State Department oT 
Education staff, who had been designated by Supt. 
Wendell P. Butler, under authority of the State 
Board of Education, to work closely with the 
K.H.S.A.A. as a liaison officer. The Commissioner 
and Board members stated that Mr. Bale was 
most welcome to attend all meetings of the Board 
as the Association had always worked very close- 
ly with the State Department of Education for 
the mutual benefit of both parties concerned. Mr. 
Bale responded with appropriate remarks, stating 
that his department had no desire to do anything 
that might in any way be detrimental to the con- 
tinued progress of the K.H.S.A.A. 



The Commissioner stated that as a matter of 
record there should be a confirmation of the Louis 
Stout appointment. He recommended that Louis 
Stout be named an Assistant Commissioner of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association for 
the period beginning December 1, 1971, and end- 
ing June 30, 1973, at an annual salary of 
$12,000.00. William C. Doan moved, seconded by 
J. C. Cantrell, that the appointment of Louis Stout 
to the position of Assistant Commissioner of the 
K.H.S.A.A. at the salary and under the conditions 
outlined by the Commissioner be confirmed. The 
motion was carried unanimously. Mr. Stout was 
then advised of the confirmation of his appoint- 
ment, and was invited to attend the meeting for 
the remainder of the session. 

The Commissioner reported that football 
championship playoffs continue to be successful, 
especially from a financial standpoint at the dis- 
trict and regional levels. He stated, however, that 
the total receipts of the final games, some 
$37,000.00, had failed to meet the budgeted 1971 
receipts estimates by approximately $5,000.00. 

Chairman J. B. Mansfield of the Trophy Com- 
mittee reported that sealed bids for the 1972 dis- 
trict and regional basketball trophies were open- 
ed at the K.H.S.A.A. office on October 15, 1971. 
He stated that the Committee accepted the bids 
of the Hunt's Athletic Goods Company, Mayfield, 
Kenucky, for both district and regional trophies. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1972 



Page Nine 



THOMAS JEFFERSON— CLASS AAA STATE CO-CHAMPION 




l,.^^Jy?lrS, 






(Lef lo Righl) Fronl Row: T. Gary, B. Ma^eese, G. Griggs. L. Cowan, M. Harrell, M. Norlhinglon, W. Bulks, 
W. Cherry, H. Callahan, K. Schullz, R. Evans, R. Carr, P. Briltenlime, L. Thomas. Second Row: G. Durham, R.' 
Bush, R. Parsons. R. Payne. C. Firsl, K. Northington, R. Hudson. M. Griggs. D. Lewis. M, Hobbs, G. Bass, M. 
Blakey, P. Burns. Third Row: V. Baskett. C. Holds. J. Bishop. R. Simpson. B. Gilbert. Blank-Quit. J. Harrett. D. 
Brow;i. Blank-Quit. S. Hobbs. J. Williams. Blank-Quit. A. Matthews. Fourth Row: W. Burks. Blank-Quit. H. Hill, 
T. Tyler. J. Gardner. Fiith Row: Mgr. K. Dobbins, Mgr. K. Kennedy. Mgr. J. Gray. Mgr. G. Hill. 





FLAGET— CLASS AAA STATE CO-CHAMPION 




{Left to Right) Front Row J Bass P Harrington J H.irdm.in L Humf G Chambcrldin J. Nohalty, 
S. Chamberlain. J. Guy. J Russ B Bell D Ludwig, T Welscher A Harrington P. Banes. B Schuler. M. Brown! 
Second Row: E. Kern. B. Crenshaw. T. Patton. M.. Nelligan. W, Ellis. G. Wohlleb, B. Butner. S. Montgomery. K. 
Lush. M. Downs. T. Downs. R. Snyder. G. Heavrin. L. Hi Ikey. G. Haskins. D. Hildreth. M. McWhorter. W. Zocklein. 
Third Row: Mgr. C. Losson. E. Rodgers. M. Davis. B. Martin. J. Cordery, J. Schuler, M. Richards. C. Purcell, M. 
Bargatze. M. Purcell. K. Groves. S. Tarter. P. Litsey. B. Davidson. D. Wilder. C. Russ. J. McGrath. Mgr. G, Schork. 



STUART— CLASS AAA, REGION 2, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 










ri»w3«. 




(Left lo Right- Front Row: J. Polk. G. Blair, K. Kerr, M. Stapp, B. Mills, C. Pfaff. B. J. Farris. J. FuUeylove 
A. Duvall. D. Emery. D. Berry, H. Helms. J. Hutton. W. McGraw, S. Miller. M. Fox. T. Pfaff. K. Kuhens. M. 
Johnson. Second Row: Coach Voorhis. Coach Kessinger. D. Pierce. B. Davidson. S. Morgan. R. Combs. A. Nichols! 
D. Davis D. Senn. S. Adams, M. Davis, T. Da.niel. C. Grant. J. Hudson. W. Duvall. B. Fenwick, D. Wilson. D, Self! 
K. Sparks. T. Richerd, R. Kesterson. J. Snyder. Coach Salsbury. Coach Dalrymple. Coach Harrod, Third How: 
Meredith, Coach Browning, P. Slapp, K. Purcell, B. Tate. C. Wagner. S. Fulch. R. Westley. S. Back. K. Bryant, 
J. Majors. D. Hyde. K. Stovall, D. Inman. J. Wilson. B. Frizzell. M. Harrod. R. Raymer. R. Oiler, W. Mantooth, 
D. McGraw, D. Fi,nn, T. Schaffhauser, Coach Jackson. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1972 



The price per set of district trophies was $36.66, 
and the price per set of the regional trophies was 
$50.14. 

The Commissioner stated that the Board 
should now select the two additional members of 
the Board, who shall be blacks, in accordance with 
the recent decree of Federal District Judge Mac 
Swinford. He stated that the state had been di- 
vided into two areas for the purpose of Board 
representation, Regions 1-8 being placed in Area 1 
and Regions 9-16 in Area 2. He had indicated in 
a bulletin dated November 3, 1971, addressed to 
K.H.S.A.A. member schools, that he would bring 
to the attention of the Board the name of any 
black individual who receives five or more nomi- 
nations. 

The Commissioner presented to the Board the 
names of six individuals residing in Area 1, each 
of whom had received five or more nominations 
from prncipals of K.H.S.A.A. member schools. 
These were Frank Simpson, J. W. Hackett, Cald- 
well Smith, Marshall Mason, John Ed Crowe, Jr., 
and William M. Falls, Sr. Each member of the 
Board voted by secret ballot for one of the per- 
sons named to represent Area 1. Tabulation of 
the votes indicated that Frank Simpson had re- 
ceived four votes, William Falls, Sr. 2 and Cald- 
well Smith 1. Richard Vincent moved, seconded 
by Roy L. Winchester, that the vote for Mr. 
Simpson to represent Area 1 be made unanimous. 
The motion was carried with no dissenting vote. 

The Commissioner stated that only one per- 
son residing in Area 2 had received the minimum 
number of nominations, namely, Arthur Hawkins 
of Mt. Sterling. WilUam C. Doan moved, seconded 
by Tom Mills, that Mr. Hawkins be elected to 
Board membership by acclamation. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner recommended that the fol- 
lowing regulations concerning the fees for district 
and regional basketball tournament officials be 
adopted: The district tournament officials shall 
receive a fee of $25.00 per game, the regional 
tournament officials a fee of $30.00 per game. The 
transportation allowance shall be 10c per mile for 
all necessary travel. In the event that it is neces- 
sary for the official to remain overnight at the 
tournament site, he shall be paid an additional 
$20.00 per day for lodging and meals. W. P. Wheel- 
er moved, seconded by J. C. Cantrell, that the 
regulations recommended by the Commissioner 
be adopted. The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner stated that, because of the 
increase of the number of schools sponsoring 
wrestling, it has been necessary for him to estab- 
lish eight regions in this sport instead of four. He 
recommended that K.H.S.A.A. WrestUng Rule VI 
be amended to provide that only the finalists in 
each weight classification shall qualify for the 
State Tournament. Richard Vincent moved, sec- 
onded by William C. Doan, that the change in 
the wrestUng rule recommended by the Commis- 
sioner be adopted. The motion was carried unani- 
mously. 

There was a discussion concerning the amount 
of money for incidental expenses which should 
be allotted to each of the six finalists in the foot- 
ball playoffs. Richard Vincent moved, seconded 



Cross Country Champions 




Tom Adams 



Curtis Hopewell 



Pictured above are Tom Adams of the Iro- 
quois High School and Curtis Hopewell of the 
Daviess County High School who were respec- 
tively individual champions in the Class AAA 
and Class AA State Cross Country meets held in 
Louisville October 30, 1971. 



by Tom Mills, that each finalist in the football 
playoffs be awarded a grant of $800.00 for in- 
cidental expenses. The motion carried by a vote of 
6-1. 

Chairman Richard Vincent of the Personnel 
and Policy Committee presented to the Board 
an analysis of certain receipt and disbursement 
changes which are involved in the 1971-72 fiscal 
year of the Association. In the receipts category 
he mentioned a loss of approximately $5,000.00 
in the budgeted figure for the football playoffs, 
and a lowered estimate on State Basketball 
Tournament profits due to an anticipated de- 
crease in tournament profits. In the estimated 
disbursement increases he mentioned salary and 
travel expenses for the new Assistant Commis- 
sioner, legal and other expenses connected with 
the federal court case, additional Board of Con- 
trol expenses for two new Board members, and 
needed equipment for the new office building. 
To offset these changes in estimated receipts and 
expenses for 1971-72, Mr. Vincent moved, seconded 
by William C. Doan, that 3 percent of tourna- 
ment receipts be assessed by the K.H.S.A.A. for 
the 1972 district basketball tournaments, and 5 
percent be assessed by the K.H.S.A.A. for the 
1972 regional basketball tournaments. The motion 
was carried with no dissenting votes. 

The date of January 22 was set for the next 
regular meeting of the Board of Control, this 
meeting to be held in Louisville. 

Roy L. Winchester moved, seconded by W, P, 
Wheeler, that all bills for the Association for the 
period beginning September 1, 1971, and ending 
November 30, 1971, be allowed. The motion was 
carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1972 



Page Eleven 



Supplementary List of 
Registered Basketball Officials 

(List Compiled January 1) 

Adkins. Donald Lee. 137 Malibii. Apt. 110, Lexington, 278- 

1040. 252-9738 
Anderson. William K.. 4605 Shasta Trail. Louisville 964- 

9869 
Bentley, Arthur Jerry. 158A Delmont Court, Le.Kington 

252-3094 
Berman. David A., 1010 Broad Field Drive. Louisville 

781-1694 
Bradley. Cornell. 1119 Zane Street. Louisville. 583-0084 
Brantley. Kenneth WajTie, 637 South Main. MadisonviUe 

821-8833. 821-6622 
Brownlee. Robert R.. Box 215. Kirwan Tower. Lexington. 

258-5598 
Bryant. Jimmy W.. 7140 Southside Drive. Unit 103 Apt 

27. Louisville. 368-7312. 363-2332 
Bueg. James. Route ir2. Box 425C. Henderson. 533-6555 
Bullock. Charles Allen. Heidrick. 546-6162 
Byrd. Scottie Maurice. 716 E. Clover Street. Harlan 

573-4587 
Carnes. Darwin Dwight. Straight Creek. 337-3824 
Cayce. Thomas B,. 1463 Hart Hall. Murrav. 767-2644 
Cherry. Robert L,. Jr.. 1063 Redwood Drive. Lexington 

252-8734. 252-3212 
Cofer. Donald G.. 452 Vine Street. Hillsboro, Ohio. 393-2289 
Colhver. Donald G., 316 Aylesford Place. Lexington 
Conpleton. S. "Jay". Roland Avenue. Owenton. 484-9238 

484-3434 
Connell. Jack B,. Box 1466 Hart Hall. Murrav 767-2644 
Constant. R C.. Anneta, 242-7586. 259-3339 
Cooper. Charles Moody. 102 Meadow Lane. Cvnthiana 

234-3621. 234-1035 
Counce. James. 704 College Courts, Murrav. 767-4777 
Courtney. James Dennis. 330 Clifton Avenue. Lexington 

257-10R8 
Croley. Michael W.. 404 South 9th Street. WilUamsburg 

549-0296 
Crowe. Janet. 2 E. Orchard. Ft. Mitchell. 635-2785. 261-8211 
Crutcher. J. Marion. Rt. HI. Vine Grove. 828-2647 
Curlev. Philip J.. Box 55. Kirwan Tower. Lexington 

258-8096 
D'Andrea. Albert Richard. 1040 Cross Keys. Apt 51. Lex- 
ington. 278-8397 
Davis. David. 6955 Curtis Way. Florence. 371-9432 
Davis. Jay Warren. Pearce-Ford Tower 915. Bowling 

Green, 748-4484 
Davis. Kenneth W.. General DeUvery. Cumberland Col- 
lege. Williamsburg 
Dixon. D. Charles. Jenkins. 832-2759. 832-2711 
Drake. John. 426 Merino Street. Lexington. 254-9193. 255- 

6666 
Duncan. Danny. Murrav. 753-4049 
Eisenmann. Thomas. 113 North 14th Street. Murrav. 753- 

9238 
Epps. Dennis Arnett. 1758 Boiling Avenue. Louisville 

778-4914 
Farmer. Joseph T.. 803 Phillips Lane. Corbin. 528-3508. 

625-4753 (Richmond) 
Feagun. Julian. R. R. #2. Walton, 485-4510 
Fields. John D.. 216 W. Third Street. Mavsville. 564- 

5298. 783-3361 
Finley, Ron. Box 272. Henderson. 826-6882. 827-2506 
Forbes. Phil J.. 516 College Court. Murrav. 767-4006 
Foster. Robert L.. 3826 Vermont. Louisville. 772-7283 
Franklin. Pat. 410 W. Fourth Street. Central Citv. 754- 

2977. 754-4542 
Gamble. Gary Curtis, Box 172. Earhngton. 383-5145 
Gardner, Howard E., 829 McCullum Avenue. Elizabeth- 
town. 765-6273 
Gardner, Walter. Jr., 2300 Garland, Louisville, 778-0532 
Garland, Larry, 126>i Twelfth Street, Lexington, 625- 

4753 (Bus.l 
Geurin, Joe D., Jr., Rt. 5, Box 400. Mun'av, 436-5653. 

436-5653 
Gilkey. Danny Mac. 601 White Hall. Murrav. 767-6601 
Goetz. Herbert L.. Route 2. Waynesburg. 365-2916. 365-2918 
Gordon. Charles Wavne. 901 Main Street. Apt. D-4, Bowl- 
ing Green. 781-2607. 781-4858 
Gover, David B.. R. R. #2. Mt. Sterhng. 498-3847. 498-2250 
Grace. H. E.. Jr.. 127 Alpine Road. Middlesboro. 248- 

1290. 337-2720 
Green, David A., 1505 W. Main Street. Murray. 753-4049 
Griffith, Michael R.. P. O. Box 1023. Hart HaU. Murray. 

767-4233, 767-4233 
Hagan, James David. 726 Nash. Murray. 753-5225 
Hagedorn. Philip L.. R. R. iJl, Tell City, Indiana, 547- 

4031, 927-6921 
Haggard, Kenneth Ray, 73 Bogle Trailer Park. Bowling 

Green 
Hardin. William E.. P. O. Box 2. Bardstown. 348-8472 
Hart. James L.. Route 1. Owingsville. 674 6063 
Haynes. Gary D., P. O. Box 63, Clarkson, 242-3501 (Bus.) 
Helin, Bobby D.. General Delivery, Nebo 



In Memoriam 




Al Vipperman 

Albeit Vipperman, 49, head football coach at 
the Belfry High School for the past thirteen years 
and a fixture on the Belfry sidelines for seven- 
teen seasons, died in the Williamson Appalachian 
Regional Hospital on December 14 after battling 
an incurable illness for nearly a year. 

Albert Edward Vipperman was born on No- 
vember 28, 1922, at McVeigh, Kentucky, the son 
of Mrs. Martha Dotson Vipperson Hager and the 
late Elbert Perry Vipperson. 

One of the records of which Vipperman was 
proudest was that Belfry had gained a spot in 
the Class AA football playoffs for five consecu- 
tive seasons (1965-69) by winning the Second Dis- 
trict title in the Fourth Region. His 85-44-4 record 
at Belfry was outstanding. Lead by a burning de- 
sire to succeed, his coaching methods had won 
him many honors, championships, and a legion 
of friends. 

For a record-setting four times Al Vipperman 
had been named "Coach of the Year" in his area 
of the state, and only recently he had been hon- 
ored with the "Coach of the Decade" title by 
Eastern Kentucky Mountain Conference coaches. 

A Navy veteran of World War II, Coach Vip- 
perman was a member of several professional 
teachers' organizations and the Matewan United 
Methodist Church. 

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Alma Douglas 
Vipperman; his mother and step-father. Dewey 
Hager of Piqua. Ohio; two daughters, Martha Sue 
and Tammy Vipperman; one son Robert Paul 
Vipperman, a member of the 1971 Belfry football 
team which Vipperman coached; four brothers. 
Robert, Claude, Alfred and Dewey; and three sis- 
ters, Mrs. Edith Hatfield, Mrs. Ernestine Station, 
and Mrs. Shelby Adams. Mr. Vipperman was a 
nephew of Board of Control member James T. 
Dotson. 



Howard, David W.. Box 177. Baxter, 573-3272, 573-1400. 

E.x-t. 243 
Humble. Donald. 616 Columbia Avenue. Monticello. 348- 

7504. 348-8630 
Hutcherson. John Kenneth. 103 Nob Hill Lane. Louisville, 

895-7868 
Jacobs. Bobby Don, Garrett. 358-4215 
Jolinson. James Rodney. 400 Roseinont. Lexington. 278- 

3285. 254-6412 
Johnson. Stephen Duvall. 501 Quails Run Road. #B4, 

Louisville, 897-6647. 589-2044 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1972 



MIDDLESBORO— CLASS A A, REGION 4, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left lo Righli Front Row: Mgr. D. Earle, K. Sharp, J. Brock, T. Shackleford, L, Williams, D. Ferguson, B. 
Powell, P. Smith, T. Sharp, D. Zimmerman. D. Gibson, Mgr. S. Emmelt. Second Row: T. Matthews. J. Bowling, T. 
Howard. W. McEnlire. C. Anderson. D. Shatluck. N. Williams, G. Smith, J. Ausmus, B. Webb. R. Emmell, K. 
Bisceglia. D. Wilder. Third Row: Coach R. Whaley. Coach R. Perkins. A. Moore. B. J. Idol. P. Ward. W, Wesl, H. 
Hayes. K. Baker. R. Chedester. J. Tinnel. B. Fuson. D. King. Mgr. T. Hall. Coach T. Slaplelon, Coach J. Taylor. 
Fourth Row: J. Cawood. M. Sharp, K. Medley. B. Ausmus. D. Mike. J. Cawood. S. Colema.n, D. Smith, B. Wilson, 
N. Howard, D. Morrison, T. Fee. 

BUTLER— CLASS AAA, REGION 2, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




'Left lo Ririht) Front Row: S. Kemper. T. Lampton. B. Matfingly, D. Schuler, G. Wilson. D. Jenkins. S. Powell, 
B. Berry. M. Willel. T. Chapman. Second Row: Coach Collina. L. Sharp. T. Crawly. J. Phelps. T. Ziegler, M. Dale, 
D. Myers. R. French. S. Price. L. Flowers. Coach Morrison. Third Row: R. Pail. S. Kolter. B. Houghten, S. 
Goodlel. S. Sowthall. T. Benock. B. Green, R. Butler. P. Carrcll. B. Jennings. Fourth Row: Mgr. C. Brown, T. 
V/inston. J. Jacobs. G. Huff. T. Nolan. D. Manley. J. Nuener. H Stone. F. Wiedmar. J. Mayes, B. Parton. Mgr. R. 
Burdette. Fifth Row: Coach Orwick. J. Embry. G. Connors. B. Thacker. D. Tandy. M. McKinley. J. Murphy, S. 
Hutchison. D. French. S. Briley. P. Givens. Sixth How: Mgr. D. Crain. S. Hilyard, G. Driver, V. Elstone. T. Dur- 
ham, R. Hocker, Mgr. M. Bennett. Coach Nachand. 



Jchnson, Steve. 210 Cedar Street. Providence. 661-2762 
Johnson. William E.. 1840 Dumenil. Louisville. 778-3847 
Keller, Bro. Bede. Box 1268. Paducah. 442-1681. 442-1682 
Kelley. Larry R.. 105 Main Street. Owenton. 484-2492 
Kammer. Albert Harrv, 3960 Fawnhill Lane. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 921-3085 
Kendall. Billy. Route =5. Tompkinsville, 487-6520. 748-4762 
King. Price J.. 3775 Thruston Dermont Road. Owensboro. 

683-3169. 683-2401 
Kvner. James. 1760 McCullough. =27, Lexington, 299-5632 
Layne. Malcom. Ivel. 478-4471, 478-4471 
Leisman. John. 2033 Lakeside Drive. Louisville. 458-9905 
Lewis. Milton H.. Box 5. Bovd Hall. Lexington. 258-2144 
Loftus. J. Gregory. 127 Wooldndge. Hopkinsville. 885-8386 
Long. Edwin. Route 1, Gracey. 235-5395. 886-2588 
McCall. Jim. Box 48 Riviera Court. Murray 
McClure. Bruce. 348 Cassidy Avenue. Lexington, 269-2674 
McDaniels. James W.. 2202 W. Garland, Louisville. 776- 

1076 
McMillan, Ronald R.. 1.32 Myrtle Avenue. Frankfort, 875- 

4829. 875-4829 
McWhorter. Michael. 9906 Lakewood Drive, Valley Station 
Mancini. William R.. 1G06 West Main Street. Murray. 

753-7511 



■Martin, Dickv, 3900 Ferguson Drive, Ashland. 324-2035, 

325-4737 
Martin. Steven W.. 6923 Apollo Way, Indianapolis, In- 
diana. 767-6618 
Mavnard. Danny J., Warfield. 395-5135 

Meredith. Eric V.. Rt. ii3, Box 78B. Elizabethtown, 862-4948 
Milan. D. Steve. Dill Traitor Ct., Concord Highway. Mur- 
ray. 753-6316 
Milner. John V.. 1505 W. Main. Murray 
Mitchell, Douglas, 946 5th Avenue, Frankfort, 227-2901, 

227-2495 
Moffett, Wilbur. Rt. #1, Elm Heights, Versailles. 873-3296 
Moore. Allen G., 1541 Gallagher Street. Louisville 
Moore. Kent M., 1134 Gainesway Drive. Lexington, 272- 

1169 
Morris. Roger L.. Box 34, Toler, 358-4430, 752-6882 
Muller. William Joseph, 1246 Center Street. Bowling 

Green. 842-7303 
Murray. James Paul. R. R. #1. Salvisa, 865-2930. 734-9552 
Nannev. Gary L.. 309 Hart Hall. Murray, 767-2137 
Napier. Carl. Rt. 1. Box 93. Evarts. 837-2528 
Noel. Phillip. 535 Garrett Street, Madisonville. 821-4819 
Norris. Jack. 5407 Cai-nae Court :=:48, Louisville. 448-1312 
O'Nan. Dennis, R. R. ft2, Sturgis 



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ELIZABETHTOWN— CLASS AA, REGION 2, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 






(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Williams, J. Whalen, L. Jaggars, K. Thomas, J. Dupin, G. Hardee, T. Chaney, C. 
Williams, G. Bennett. Second Row: M. Wilmouth, G. Emerine, R. Daniel, G. Temesuary, R. Tate. J. Warner, S. Fu- 
son, K. Inman. P. Sampley, K. Howard, W. Johnson. S. Langley. Third Row: J. Baird. H, Durbin, V. Hancock, R. 
Crablree. T. Kerrick, B, Hartman, D. Lee, N. Huggins, D. Knowles. N. Haire, J. Blair, S. Hart, P. Kimball, W. Wood, 
B. Crane, G. Lynch, R. Myers. Fourth Row: G. Howell. J. Richetts, V. Whalen, R. Weismiller, T. Ebersbaker. J. 
Long, M. Robey, R. Taylor, P. Craig, D. Groseclose. 

HAZARD— CLASS AA, REGION 4, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 






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(Left to Right) Front Row: Ass't Coach F. Stidham. M. Napir. T. Blankenship, J. Hill, Coach Jack Carey. 
Second Row: J. Hagans, P. dinger. E. Cornett, S. dinger. G. Green. A. Smith. D. Maggard, D. Mclntyre. C. 
Campbell. Third Row: S. Walker. O. Hagans. P. Panky. E. Sigmon. M. Hayes, E. Durbin. D. Burton. M. Luttrell. 
R. Robinson. Fourth Row: J. Childers. D. Wallace. B. Anderson. W. Lindon. D. Feltner, J. Byrant, R. Kilburn, S. 
jBingham, R. Cuddy. D. Combs, R. Knage. 



Onkst. Ted. 908 W. 33id. Covington. 581-8047, 431-9594 
Parish. Eddie, Jr.. 1611 Miller Avenue. Murray. 753-9978 
Pearson. Trov J.. 1341 Randonihill Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

522-0318, 684-2387 
Pelphre\', Paul Leslie. College Heights, Prestonsburg, 886- 

6324 
Perrv, Bob G., 13 Donald Road. Florence. 371-6670 
Phillips, Joe, 703 Briggs Avenue, Franklin, 580-3730 
Popplewell, Jerald N., Berea College, P. O. 1510, Beiea, 

986-8454 (Bus.) 
Powell, J. Allen, 210 S. 3rd Street, Richmond 
Price, Charles Dougla.s, 423 Capitol Avenue, Apt. ir2, 

Frankfort. 564-6970 iBus.) 
Prichard, Glenn W.. Warfield. 393-3250. 235-2800 
Pugh. Brian L.. 7112 Lower Hunters Trace, Lot if 18, 

Louisville, 447-8199, 584-6145 
Radenheimer. Ronald J.. 6770 Shenandoah, Apt. 10, Flor- 
ence 
Reece, Joe Wayne, Route 1, Box 470, Evarts. 837-2820 
Reed, Andrew J., Elsie, 349-2899 
Ryan, Wayne, C.P.O. 1762, Berea, 986-9284 
Sanders, Charles R., Rt. 1, Box 354, Elizabethtown, 765- 

5142, 765-6161 



Sellier, Edward F.. 520 Cricklewood Drive. Lexington. 299- 

8042 
Shanks. Stephen. 4337 Grandview Drive. Ashland. 324-1712 
Simmons, Henderson. 1037 South 21st. ifT. Louisville. 

778-3847 
Sizemore. Austin. O.B.I., Oneida, 847-3531, 598-2194 
Smith, Terry, 304 Circle Avenue, Williamsburg, 549-1613 
Snvder, Robert M.. 2703 Lewis Lane, Owensboro, 685- 

' 2847, 683-1468 
Stephens. Charles M., 2566 Hoods Creek Pike. Ashland. 

325-4175 
Stiene. Richard, Erlanger 

Stirsman, Jerald Wayne. General Delivery, Nebo, 249-3569 
Stovall. Thomas E.. 215 Mellwood Drive, Greenville, 338- 

5215, 338-3550 
Stov. David, 256 Lvndhurst Place, Apt. 26, Lexington. 

258-5598 
Tackett. Charles R.. 117 North Bay Drive. Lexington. 272- 

4607, 278-3458 
Talbott. Jude, 113 Westview, Bardstown, 348-3453, 348-5913 
Tarrv, W. R. "Bud". Route 5, Glasgow, 678-2539, 427-2611 
Tate, David R.. 9703 Palmetto Circle, Jefferstown, 267- 

8370, 584-0371, Ext. 225 



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SENECA— CLASS AAA, REGION 2, DISTRICT 4, CHAMPION 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: G. Brewer, G. Dix. Second Row: H. Cox, S. Marcum, R. Fuiino, C. Gerlach, C. 
Richardson, L. Nathanson, J. Wixson, V. Robinson, B. Butler, B. Campisano. Third Row: D. Beckham, G. Garrity, 
J. DeLautre, R. Thomas. G. Long, B. Jones, B. Pence, D. Crutcher, T. Wilbourn, P. Young. Fourth Row; D. 
Mayer. G. Sandustcy, D. Tillett, K. Thompso.n, S. Dix, V. Anderson, M. Greene, M. Robinson, D. Wixon, S. Single- 
ton, M. Barnby. D. Seewer. Fifth Row: C. Lawhon, L. Beasley, B. Stevens, B. Crump, R. Ernst, K. Forsch, R. 
Cameron, B. Helm, T. Balmer. D. Summers, S. Moss, B. Hardegree. Sixth Row: Mgr B. Bernauer, Mgr. S. Oiler, 
Mgr. G. Becker. 

HOPKINS VILLE— CLASS A A, REGION 1, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 







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(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Tindell, C. Leavell, J. Dawson, A. Todd, M. Lacy, M, Humphries, H. Mitchell, 
L. Maiser. Second Row: J. Frazier, K. Tandy. H. Alexander. G. Willis, K. Farrow. L. Bruce. J. Lynch, 
B. Kranz. B. Buckingham, B. Kranz. Third Row: D. Joiner, R. Robertson, B. Combs, S. Collins, S. Wade, W. 
Coleman, D. Bostick. T Garigan. B. Jones, G. Torian, Mgr. B. Clarkson. Fourth Row: C. White, T. While, 
G. Collins, R. Catlett, K. Parrent, M. Cayce, T. Almy, J. Lewis. 



Ta.vlor, George Anthony. Rt. ±7, Murray, 435-5122 
Taylor, Jeffrey S., P. O. 528 Hart Hall, Murray. 767-6697 
Taylor, Lester, 911 College Courts. Murray. 767-2354 
Thurmond, Robert W., Rt. 4, Box 16, Corbin, 528-1170 
Tindall. Clifford. 721 MacDonald Road, Fairdale, 361-2953 
Tippett, Charles, 107 Nora, Shelbyville, 633-5922, 875-2822 
Tucker. Robert. 1509 East Main. Richmond. 623-8362 
Vann. Tom. 229 Glazier, BeUevue. 781-0656 
Varney, Jerry R., Box 71, Toler. 237-4715, 353-4287 
Warfield, Jerry. 302 Goff Drive, Leitchfield, 259-4542, 

879-3168 
Weis, Gene M., 919 Thurston, Louisville, 634-0365 
White. Thomas L., 649 Charlotte, Lexington. 254-1970. 

255-6241 
Widner. Stephen. Box 545. Pineville, 337-3493 
Willett. Jerry G.. R. R. ii2. Box 227, Henderson, 826-8540. 

826-4051 
Williams. David Joel. Rt. 5. Box 369. Corbin. 528-1408 
Williams. Tyrone. 607 Wilhanis Street. Paris. 987-4922 
Williams. Willie H.. 347 Ohio. Lexington, 254-4359. 252-3212 
Young, Wally. 114 N. 14th Street. Murray, 753-9662 



Supplementary List of 
Registered Wrestling Officials 

(List Compiled January 1) 

Barnett, Garv C, 625 Park Street, Bowling Green, 843- 
6274. 745-3348 

Davis. Jimmie F., Rt. 5, Box 474, Elizabethtown, 769-5026, 
862-3924 

Harrison, John J., 489 Turner Loop, Ft. Campbell, 498- 
4279, 798-2141 

Hawkins, Walter L.. Rt. 1. Lynnwood Estates, Elizabeth- 
town. 769-2630. 854-2300 

Jones, James Dixie, Route 2, Princeton. 365-3110 

Lewis. Michael. 539 Woolridge. Hopkinsville. 885-3532 

McGlothlhi, Richard Leon. 102 Arlington. Henderson. 826- 
7314. 521-6615 

Mann. Larry. 1948 Mellwood Avenue, Louisville, 897-3959, 
897-1583. Ext. 71 

Meehan, Michael E.. 1727 Silver Lane. Lexington, 299-5873 



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Certified Officials 

(Continued from Page Two) 



In Memoriam 



SelUer, Ed 
Selvy, Curt 
Shaw, Earl 
Shuck, Thomas G. 
Sims, Frank D. 
Singleton, Bobby L. 
Smith, James H. 
Smith, Wayne N. 
Smith, Willard N. 
Smith, William E. 
Smithson, Richard A. 
Spencer, Irvin E. 
Spoonamore, Jim 
Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stethen, James E. 
Stevens, James L. 
Stiff, Maurice 
Stikeleather, Clyde L, 
Stoess, Henry L. 
Strain, Richai'd 
Strong, Arnett 
Sullivan, Dan 
Sumner, Car-1 
Swope, William W. 
Taylor, Ed 
Thomas, Bill G. 
Thompson, Thomas A. 



Thompson, Tom D. 
Tinsley, Marion R. 
Triplett, Herbert W. 
Troutman, Doyle 
Urlage, Richard 
Vanover, J. W. 
Vanover, Wiley G. 
VanZant, Jim 
Varner, Ray G. 
Vescovi. Raymond B. 
Vories, Richard M. 
Waller, Bob 
Walters, Darwin 
Ward, Robert L. 
Weaver, Ray 
Weihe, Robert J. 
Weiner, Dick 
Wells, Glenn 
Weyer, Janies G. 
Williams, Roger 
Williams, S. Jack 
Winchester, Roy L. 
Winfrey, Shelby 
Wise. Jack 
Woods, Gene 
Wooton, George B. 
Wright, James L. 



APPROVED OFFICIALS 



Allgood, Russell L. 
Ashton, Guthrie, Jr. 
Aubrey, Delmus 
Bailey, Gaar J. 
Bain, Stanley 
Banks, Buddy 
Barton, Leon 
Bell, Robert J. 
Beshears. Jim 
Brause, D. Allan 
Brockman, Gerald K. 
Brown, Mike 
Burgess, Jack 
Byrd, Corbett Wayne 
Campbell, Bill 
Carlberg, Ralph C. 
Carr, Lawrence W. 
Clark, Tom 
Clater, James F. 
CoUopy, Francis 
Cox, Ken 
Dickison, Ruddie 
Dieterle, Owen M. 
Dilhhay, Ralph E. 
Eary, Edwai'd B., Jr. 
Elliott, Cai-los 
Evans, David M. 
Farley, Reed 
Farris, Joe 
Faulk, Terry 
Feger, George, Jr. 
Fields, Rufus, Jr. 
Firestine, Frank V. 
Gaines, Harvey 
Gillespie, Fred 
Gray, Kenneth E. 
Greer, Phil G. 
Hammons, George F. 
Hammons, Wendell 
Hines, Bob 



Holt, Terrell W. 
Hook, B. B., Ji'. 
Hyr-e, Michael P., Jr. 
Hyatt, Robert L., Jr. 
Jackson, Edward 
Jackson, Donald 
Jenkins, Jerry C. 
Johnson, David 
Johnson, Jerry Lee 
Jones, Robert L.. Jr. 
Klusman, Carl J., Jr. 
Lambert, Irvin G. 
Lane, Leon 
Laugherty, Kenneth 
Lawrence, Ernest E. 
Ledford, Thomas B. 
Lester, J. L. 
Loeser, Alan J. 
McCarley, John W. 
McConnell, Michael J. 
McEldred. Charles S. 
McKenzie. Dwight E. 
McMenama, John H. 
Martin, Harold E. 
Mathis, David L. 
Meredith, Wilmoth 
Middleton, Johnny 
Miller, James S. 
Mueller, Jack R. 
Murphy, Michael P. 
Napier, Charles M. 
Noel, John P. 
Pardue, Israel L. 
Peeler, Charles A. 
Rankin, Jim 
Reihing, Dan 
Rhodes, Cecil 
Saylors, Cai-lee 
Scent, James A. 
ScheU, WiUiam P. 
Sesher, Jim 




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Glenn M. Sparks 

Glenn M. Sparks, veteran basketball coach 
and principal, passed away December 3, in the 
Veterans Hospital in Lexington, following a brief 
illness. Born on January 8, 1926, in Carter County, 
he was a son of Mrs. Margaret Sparks and the 
late James Sparks. He had spent nineteen years 
in education as a teacher, coach, supervisor, and 
principal. 

A veteran of World War II, Mr. Sparks re- 
turned from service and entered Morehead State, 
from where he graduated in 1952. That fall he was 
employed as a teacher and assistant coach at 
Carter High School. He became head coach at 
Carter in 1954 and served in that position until 
1958 when he moved to Southeastern Ohio and 
assumed the position of coach and principal at 
Marshall High School. Mr. Sparks returned to 
Carter County in 1963 as principal of the Olive 
Hill High School, a position he held until 1968 
when he became a Supervisor in the Carter Coun- 
ty School System. He had returned to principal- 
ship this fall, taking over as principal of the 
new Olive Hill Elementary School. 

Mr. Sparks received his Masters Degree in 
Education from Morehead in 1962 and his Rank 
I-Standard Leadership Certificate from Morehead 
in 1968. He was a member of Phi Delta Kappa 
and a Kentucky Colonel. 

Surviving, in addition to his mother, are his 
wife, Mrs. Beatrice Blevins Sparks; a daughter, 
Carmencita Griffith of Marion, Ohio; and two 
brothers, Eugene Sparks of Olive Hill and Jimmy 
Sparks of Ashland. 



Spear, James E. 
Strong, Charles E., Jr. 
Stuedle, Ray 
Tavlor, Donald D., Sr. 
Taylor, John O. 



Tillery, James 
Tuttle, Quinton L. 
Vinson, Ray T. 
White, Roger C. 
Yarbrough, Roy 



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Is Winning Everything? 

(Continued from Page One) 

or spectator, are misled by the late Vince Lom- 
bardi's comment that "winning isn't everything, 
it is the only thing." It is recognized Mr. Lom- 
bardi was an extremely successful professional 
coach. Thus his comments on almost any facet of 
life have an impact on the American scene. Never- 
theless, his way of thinking must not prevail for 
educational athletics. When and where it does, 
it definitely leads to problems. 

IT IS TRAGIC the Lombardi philosophy re- 
garding winning has been accepted by so many 
who work in the area of amateur athletics. It is 
particularly unfortunate when it dominates the 
policy of interscholastics. We have absolutely no 
quarrel with the "must win" philosophy at the 
professional level, even though we believe it is 
self-defeating even there. There is ample evi- 
dence it leads to some extremely undesirable 
practices which are already becoming common- 
place at the professional level. 

THOSE WHO SUBSCRIBE to Mr. Lombardi's 
point of view will be quick to say that the writer 
IS not interested in winning. Nothing could be 
further from the truth. We do not believe that 
all rewards from competition are available only 
if you win and that benefits are denied those 
who may compete and lose. We believe the bene- 
fits derived from competition and from partici- 
pation in sports come from playing to win, from 
desiring to win, from working to win. This is the 
essence of athletic competition. We recognize that 
in most situations, only one team can win and 
there is much to be learned and many benefits 
to be derived from good competition conducted 
in a sportsmanlike atmosphere even though there 
is a loser. 

THE PHILOSOPHY EMBODIED IN THE 
STATEMENT, "winning isn't everything — it is the 
only thing" is obviously self-defeating. The im- 
plementation of this unfortunate philosophy re- 
sults in the exploitation of players, the exploita- 
tion of the educational institutions, the expolita- 
tion of the community and even the sport itself. 
Conducting a program on such a basis leads to 
the use of injured players, to the disregard of 
eligibility standards, to ignoring sportsmanship 
standards, and to the demand that the school aca- 
demic program be subjugated to athletic accom- 
modation. Thus, the application of such an un- 
fortunate philosophy results in the exploitation of 
both persons and institutions, it increases the pro- 



gram's monetary cost to an unreasonable degree, 
it neglects proper consideration of the physical 
welfare of the participants and in effect considers 
players expendable. 

ONE OF TODAY'S ATHLETIC CLICHES is 
that "the athlete must pay the price". Most of 
the time the cliche is not defined sufficiently to 
be meaningful. If it means that the athlete must 
make reasonable sacrifices, that he must cooper- 
ate, that he must put forth maximum effort, that 
he must strive to win, then certainly he should 
pay the price. However, if the price involves those 
factors which are required in order to win at all 
costs, the price is mucli too high for any indi- 
vidual boy or girl or any educational institution 
to pay. In such cases, the price is beyond reason. 

THOSE WHO HAVE THE POOR JUDG- 
MENT to pay the exorbitant price demanded by 
winning at all costs must realize that pursuit of 
such a policy will ultimately cause discontinuance 
of the sports programs in educational institutions. 
There is more than sufficient evidence available 
to substantiate this statement. Wlierever the win 
at all cost program has been pursued, reasonable 
and rational leaders have recognized its fallacy, 
and the harm that it is bringing. Then the sports 
program is either eliminated entirely or reduced 
until it has no meaning and as a result is ineffec- 
tive in the school community. 

THEREFORE, THOSE WHO REALLY UN- 
DERSTAND the purpose of interscholastic ath- 
letics, and who recognize the benefits which ac- 
crue from participation, must protect the program 
from those who are misguided and those who 
would misdirect on the basis that winning is 
everything. All too often, these misguided souls 
are a formidable group because of their consum- 
ing interest in athletics. They frequently have 
much greater influence in the determination of 
the nature of the program than they deserve. 

ONE OF THE CLASSIC LINES IN THE AN- 
NALS OF AMERICAN SPORT resulted from the 
Chicago White Sox 1919 World Series scandal. 
A Chicago Grand Jury secured the admittance of 
guilt from several of the White Sox players, one 
of whom was the popular "Shoeless" Joe Jack- 
son. Immediately following the conclusion of the 
hearings, the ball players emerged from the jury 
room to an awaiting crowd of small boys. One 
of the boys went up to "Shoeless" Joe and is to 
have said, "Say it ain't so, Joe, say it ain't so". 

LOMBARDI'S NOW WIDELY QUOTED 
QUIP, "Winning isn't everything — it's the only 
thing" should be paraphrased into "Say it ain't 
so, Vince, say it ain't so". 



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7. Benefits payable regardless of other insurance? 

8. Coverage available on 24-hour basis? 

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Pictured above are nineteen baseball area representatives who are currently assisting the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association in conducting the 1972 clinics for officials and 
coaches. They are (Left to Right) Front Row — Jim Johnson, Frankfort; Shelby Winfrey, Camp- 
beiisville; Bunny Davis, Danville; Roy "Red" Cline, Louisville; Jim Kidwell, Covington; Jim 
Mooneyhan, Franklin. Second Row — Jerry Kimmel, Beechmont; Richard Morgan, London; 
Carroll Elliott, Elizabethtown; Dale Griffith. Ashland; Eldridge Rogers, Hopkinsville; W. P. 
Russell, Murray; Bill Ring, Lexington. Third Row — Curtis Gaines, Henderson; Kenneth Ashley, 
Science Hill; Don Hardin, Morehead; Buddy Roe, Isom; Al Giordano, Princeton; Robert Daniels, 
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Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



FEBRUARY 1972 




Letter From The Commissioner 

To The District Tournament Manager: 

Will you please refer to your K.H.S.A.A. book- 
let which gives rules and regulations governing 
basketball tournaments. You should familiarize 
yourself with these rules, found on pages 31-39. 
Youi- special attention is called to the second pai-a- 
graph of Tournament Rule VI-A-3, relative to the 
em-ollment of your district coaches in the Ken- 
tucky High School Coaches Association. 

The forms for youi' various reports are self- 
explanatory. The report of games should be mail- 
ed to the manager of the regional tournament not 
later than Monday, March 6. Send your financial 
report, your checked eligibility lists, and the sec- 
ond copy of the report of games to the Commis- 
sioner as soon after the tournament as possible. 
For your convenience, the following check list is 
given: 

1. Invite member schools to your tournament 
AT ONCE, reminding each school to send each 
other member school in the district a COMPLETE 
preliminary list of players on or before February 
1, and to send you THREE copies of a final list 
one week prior to the district tournament. See 
Rule VIII. 

2. Announce the time of drawings in your 
letter. See Rule IX. 

3. A federal judge has established a Commis- 
sion, composed of the Commissioner and his three 
assistants, who are directed to assign officials. We 
would like for the school representatives at your 
meeting to give us a list of some six or eight of- 
ficials whom the group recommends to the Com- 
mission. You may use any method in determining 
this list. You are referred to the January issue of 
the ATHLETE for a current list of Approved and 
Certified officials. In tournaments where two 
games are played per session, four officials should 
be employed. When you file your list of officials, 
please advise concerning whether you will need 
two or four officials for your tournament. After 
the Commission has made its selections, you will 
be notified concerning the assignments to your 
tournaments and will make the necessary contacts 
with the officials selected. 

4. The following regulations for 1972 have 
been set by the Board: "The official shall receive 
a fee of $25.00 per game and a transportation al- 
lowance of 10c per mile for all necessary travel. 
In the event it is necessary for the official to re- 
main overnight at the tournament site, he shall be 
paid an additional $20.00 per day for lodging and 
meals." 

5. Tournament Rule XV says: "The Board 
of Control is authorized to select, standardize, and 
purchase trophies for all district and regional tour- 
naments and the cost of these trophies shall be 
borne by the respective districts and regions." The 
Board has contracted with Hunt's Athletic Goods 
Company, Mayfield, Kentucky, to supply all of 
the official K.H.S.A.A. district first place and sec- 
ond place basketball trophies for the 1972 tourna- 
ments, each trophy complete with the Association 
seal and engraving. Your trophies will be shipped 
to you prior to March 1. 

6. It is the responsibility of the tournameni 
manager to secure adequate poUce protection. 

7. THE BOARD OF CONTROL HAS RUL- 
ED THAT NOT MORE THAN TWELVE PLAY- 
ERS MAY BE IN UNIFORM FOR ANY ONE 
TOURNAMENT GAME. AND THAT OTHER 



SQUAD MEMBERS SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED 
TO PARTICIPATE IN WARM-UP EXERCISES, 
THIS BEING IMPLIED IN TOURNAMENT 
RULE XI. 

8. Please ask your officials to designate the 
goals prior to the warm-up time for each game. 

9. You will receive three copies of a final 
eligibility list from each school. Have one of these 
checked by the coach of each competing team, 
before his team plays, for the twelve players he 
will use in each game. Use only one list for check- 
ing players on each team since the other two 
copies may be needed by the regional and state 
tournament managers. Send the Commissioner all 
of these checked copies with your other reports. 
Send the two unchecked copies of eligibility lists 
of the winner and runner-up to the manager of 
your regional tournament, along with one copy of 
your report of games, not later than March 6. 

10. It has been ruled that the 2:00 o'clock 
mentioned in Tournament Rule IV-B may be con- 
sidered Eastern Standard time or 1:00 P.M. CEN- 
TRAL STANDARD TIME. This information con- 
cerning the starting time of the regional meeting 
should be given to your winner and runner-up. 

11. Send Secretary Ohr of the Kentucky 
Coaches Association the list of district coaches to 
be enrolled in his organization and remittance for 
these, and send the Commissioner the variou.^ re- 
ports mentioned above as soon as possible. 

12. Tournament Rule VI-A-3 provides that 
the district representative to the annual meeting 
may be allowed for expenses an amount not to 
exceed $75.00. Since this is a maximum and not 
necessarily a fixed amount, the delegate should 
be asked to submit an estimate of the cost of his 
lodging, transportation, and meals because of his 
representing the district at the annual meeting. 

Sincerelv yours, 

Ted Sariford, Commissioner K.H.S.A.A. 
Attention! ! I 

As you know, the Board of Control has found 
it necessary to request a small percentage of dis- 
trict tournament receipts for the purpose of as- 
sisting in underwriting the 1971-72 budget of the 
Association. This item appears on your financi; 
report as numbered line 2. 



The Poet Laureate Again 

Elmer Kelley of Madisonville, K.H.S.A.A. poet 
laureate, who for several years has written poems 
about the state basketball tournaments, presents 
his 1972 effort. 

TOURNEY TALK 

The battle's joined, the thrill awaits, 
Decision's left to errant fates. 

A faulty bounce, an instant fear, 
A second separates a year. 

Spread that Une, pull that zone, 
Man to man. He's all alone! 

Push that pivot, hands up high, 
Drive in close, let it fly. 

Wheel and stop, set the screen. 
Fake and freeze, pass between. 

Block that hook, get that tip, 
Knock 'em loose, let 'er rip. 

"What's this jargon?," you may ask. 
"Who's committed to the task?" 

Why, man alive, grab that chalk. 
Write it down, it's tourney talk! 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Offic'ntl Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIV— NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1972 



$1.00 Per Year 



Major Activity Of The 1972 
Football Rules Committee 

NOTE; This is a brief summary of the more 
important modifications to the football rules au- 
thorized by the National Alliance Rules Commit- 
tee during its 1972 meeting. 

CHECK-UP ON THE 1971 CODE: 

QUESTIONNAIRES for the purpose of deter- 
mining the acceptance of the committee's action 
in 1971 and for securing an evaluation of proposed 
changes were mailed to coaches and officials 
through state association offices, the National 
Junior College Association, and the National As- 
sociation of Intercollegiate Athletics. Approxi- 
mately 19.000 forms were distributed, and in ex- 
cess of 9,500 were returned and tabulated. The 
complete minutes will contain a summary of the 
vote on each of tlie listed items, and a tabulation 
of the significant comments which were requested 
on the back of the questionnaire. The returns in- 
dicated an exceeding high degree of satisfaction 
with the changes which had been made for the 
1971 season. Providing for a shortening of period 
or periods in any emergency at any time by agree- 
ment was favored by 96'"'; of the respondents. Of 
those returning the questionnau'e, 95% approved 
specifying fair catch must be made beyond K's 
line and between the goal lines. Defining spearing, 
permitting coach-player conferences during inter- 
mission between quarters and providing that wlien 
a dead ball foul occurs following a down in which 
there was a double foul, the dead ball foul is 
separately administered were all favored by 94% 
of the respondents. Ninety-two per cent approved 
of authorizing the crew of officials to suspend a 
game because of weather conditions which are 
construed to be hazardous. Prohibiting a defensive 
player from adding momentum to the change of 
a teammate on the line of scrimmage by shoving 
him was favored by 89%. The smallest percentage 
favoring any change was 87% favored providing, 
as unsportsmanlike conduct, to intentionally kick, 
spike, or throw the ball when it becomes dead in 
possession of a runner. This reaction to the changes 
for 1971 was gratifying. 

IN PART II, those items which were consid- 
ered to be major problems were indicated. Slightly 
fewer than one third of the respondents indicated 
that the use of blind-side blocks was a factor in 
contributing to injury. Approximately one-fourth 
of the respondents felt that the use of striking 
blows by defensive men was a major problem. 
Close behind with 1,865 responses was the use of 
hand and forearm pads to encourage striking 
blows by defensive men as being a major problem. 
In these two instances, there are rules prohibiting 
such acts and game administration needs to be 
improved so such fouls are penalized. Of those 
responding, 1,341 felt that a defensive man push- 
ing a prospective pass receiver before the pass 
was in flight was a major problem. Approximate- 
ly 12% believed that backfield men going in mo- 
tion and drawing defenders into encroachment 
might be a problem deserving major attention. 



Eight percent felt there was an increase in in- 
juries due to blocking from behind in the 6 by 8 
yard rectangle. Fewer than 67o felt that the use 
of the head by offensive blockers and the face 
mask contributing to injury were significant prob- 
lems. The majority of these problem ai-eas could 
be eliminated through the proper application of 
National Alliance Rules. The fact that responsi- 
National Alliance Rules. The fact that respondents 
indicated these were problems is to some extent 
an indictment of officiating. It is the responsibility 
of those who train and supervise officials to pro- 
vide adequate instruction, supervision and evalu- 
ation which will ensure the development of a 
greater degree of confidence of being an official. 

COMMITTEE REPORTS: 

THE NATIONAL FEDERATION office re- 
ceives numerous suggestions for revisions of the 
National AUiance Football Code every year. The 
majority of suggestions, naturally are received 
during the football season. Each proposal, along 
with recommendations from voting delegates and 
advisory members and the items from Pai'ts II and 
III of the National Alliance football questionnaire, 
is categorized and assigned to one of five stand- 
ing subcommittees for study and consideration. 
Before any matter of rules revision may be 
brought before the National Alliance Football 
Rules Committee, it must be considered in one of 
the subcommittee meetings and approved for pres- 
entation to the Committee-of-the-whole, or be con- 
sidered by virtue of being included as an item on 
the questionnaire. Preceding the opening session 
of the Football Rules Committee meeting, each 
subcommittee met to consider items on its agenda. 
Subcommittee meetings were scheduled so that 
the delegates were privileged to attend two dif- 
ferent sessions. During the first general session, 
reports from the standing subcommittees were 
presented to the Committee-of-the-whole and pro- 
vided a wealth of material upon which to base 
considerations during the voting session. The re- 
port of the Officials Manual Committee and re- 
commendations from that committee were pre- 
sented. During the same session, the editor (com- 
mittee secretary) reviewed the questionnau'e items 
and comments as submitted. Each voting delegate 
was reminded to submit any other items and/or 
minority reports to the chairman if they were to 
be considered without unanimous consent. A com- 
plete copy of each of the repoi'ts from the Equip- 
ment, Game Administration, Injury Data, Research 
and Statistical and Safety Subcommittees is to be 
included in the complete minutes. 

AUTHORIZED RULES REVISIONS FOR 
1972: 

NOTE; The wording in the following state- 
ments is preliminary in nature and may or may 
not appear exactly in this maimer in the 1972 
Rules Book. The Editorial Committee has the re- 
sponsibility of revising wording as necessary to 
correlate changes with other sections in the Code. 
Every effort is made to clearly and concisely rep- 
resent committee action. 

(Continued on Page Nine) 



Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY 1972 

FEBRUARY. 1972 VOL. XXXIV — No. 7 Moore, Owensboro, Paducah Tilghman, Paul G. 

'- — ; — Blazer, St. Xavier, Seneca, Tates Creek, Trinity, 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Waeepner WostDOrt 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association waggtnei, webipoil . ^ _. , 

Office of PubUcation, Lexington, Ky. 40501 t-lass AA-Lrirls 

Second class postage paid at Lexmgton. Kentucky Apollo, Beechwood, Bourbon County, Bowling 

Editor - THEO. A. SANFORD „ ,-.iiir' 1 r^it- <-■* t^ 

Assistaiu"Edi"tor""-V-V- J. B. MANSFIELD Green, Campbell County, Christian County, Dan- 
Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE ville, Dixie Heights, Fort Knox, Highlands, Hop- 
Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL kinsville, Lloyd Memorial, Model, Notre Dame, 

BOA^D"i^°coN^ROL ^illa Madonna, Woodford County 

President Morton Combs (1968-1972). Carr Creek Class AA-hSoys 

Vice-President James T. Dotson (1968-1972), Pikeville Apollo, BeechwOod, Bourbon County, BowUng 

Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; rji-ppr, Pamnhpll Pniintv rhri<;tian Pniintv r,~>\' 

VViUiam C. Doan (1971-1975), Cj-ntliiana ; Arthur Hawkins Lrieen. CampDeli ^-Ounty (.^nilStian County, UDV - 

a972-l975), lit. Sterling; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973), Frank- ington Cathohc, Danville, Dixie Heights, Fort 

fort; Frank B. Simpson (1972-1975) Louisville; Richard Knox, Franklin County, Highlands, Hopkinsville, 

Vincent (1969-1973). Sturgis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975). Kpntiipkv AraHpmv T pvinptnn Pathnlin T InvH 

Owensboro; Roy L. Winchester (1970-19741. Bethlehem. ft'^'^^"'^.^^ Aca(iemy, J^exingtOn CatnoUC J-lOyd 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year Memorial, Louisville Country Day, Model, New- 

■ port, Newport Catholic, Shelbyville, Woodford 

<=Jtont tke L^cmtttLiiionet i U ifta 



REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. 1971 Football Participation List 

2. School's Report on Football Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



1972 District Tournament Sites 


1. Fulton County 


33. 


Connor 


2. St. Mary 


34. 


Holmes 


3. SedaUa 


35. 


Bellevue 


4. South Marshall 


36. 


Highlands 


5. Fredonia 


37. 


Palis 


6. Union County 


38. 


Bracken County 


7. West Hopkins 


39. 


Mason County 


8. Hopkinsville 


40. 


Montgomery County 


9. Owensboro 


41. 


Franklin County 


10. Muhlenberg Central 


42. 


Harrodsburg 


11. Ohio County 


43. 


Sayre 


12. Leitchfield 


44. 


Model 


13. Russell ville 


45. 


Garrard County 


14. Western K. U. 


46. 


Casey County 


15. Allen County 


47. 


Wayne County 


16. Cumberland County 


48. 


Somerset 


17. Ehzabethtown 


49. 


Clay County 


18. LaRue County 


50. 


Whitley County 


19. Nelson County 


51. 


BeU County 


20. Taylor County 


52. 


James A. Cawood 


21. Portland Christian 


53. 


Letcher 


22. Western 


54. 


Hazai-d 


23. Stuart 


55. 


Cordia 


24. DeSales 


56. 


Wolfe County 


25. Male 


57. 


Johnson Central 


26. Louisville Ctry. Day 


58. 


McDowell 


27. Marion C. Moore 


59. 


Mullins 


28. Eastern 


60. 


Johns Creek 


29. Anderson 


61. 


Univ. Breckinridge 


30 Shelby County 


62. 


Lewis County 


31. Oldham County 


63. 


Raceland 


32. Georgetown 


64. 


Paul G. Bla/er 



State Swimming Meets 

The 1972 Class AAA state swimming meets 
for boys and girls wiU be held at the Plantation 
Club, Louisville, on February 25-26. The Class AA 
meets will be held at the Lakeside Swim Club, 
Louisville, on March 24-25. The assignments of 
teams by classes are as follows: 
Class AAA-Girls 

Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Marion C. Moore, 
Owensboro, Paul G. Blazer, Sacred Heart, Tates 
Creek Waggener, Westport 

Class AAA-Boys 

Atherton, Ballard, Central, DeSales, Eastern, 
Fern Creek, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Marion C. 



Correctionl 

Mr. Dale J. Gentry, 4925 Determine Lane, 
Louisville, has receiveci the certified rating in 
basketball. Through error his name was omitted 
from the list of certified officials appearing in the 
January issue of the ATHLETE. 



TRACK ASSIGNMENTS 

Track regulations adopted by the Board of 
Control provide that the state shall be divided 
into classes and regions by the Commissioner who 
will assign the schools to the regional sites. The 
1972 assignments are as follows: 

TRACK— CLASS A GIRLS 

Fort Campbell Region-Ballard Memorial, Cal- 
houn. Fort Campbell, Heath, Livermore, Lyon 
County, Providence, St. Mary, South Marshall, 
Trigf, C:n;nty. 

Bowling Green Region-Austin Tracy, Dawson 
Springs, Hancock County, Park City, Russellville, 
Temple Hill, Tompkinsville. 

Greensburg Region-Bardstown, Caverna, Cum- 
berland County, Greensburg, Hiseville, Kentucky 
School for the BUnd, Metcalfe County. 

Fort Thomas Region-Carroll County, Dayton, 
Eminence, Henry County, Nicholas County, Villa 
Madonna. 

Lexington Region-Burgin, Frankfort, George- 
town, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Mercer 
County. Sayre, Shelbyville. 

Richmond Region-Berea, Boyle County, Dan- 
ville, Ezel. Hazai-d, Hindman, Mt. Sterling, Oneida. 
Rowan County. 

Williamsburg Region-Corbin, Fleming-Neon, 
Harlan, Hazel Green, Leatherwood, Lynn Camp, 
Riverside Christian, St. Camillus. 

Russell Region-Bath County, Elkhorn City, 
Fairview. Jenkins, Letcher, Louisa, Maysville, 
Menifee County, Morgan County, Pikeville, Race- 
land, Tollesboro, University Breckinridge, Wurt 
land. 

TRACK— CLASS AA GIRLS 

Christian County Region-Calloway County, 
Christian County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, North 
Marshall, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland. 

Henclerson County Region-Caldwell County, 
Daviess County, Henderson County, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Owensboro, Union County, Web- 
ster County. 

Bowling Green Region-Adair County. Bow- 
ling Green, FrankUn-Simpson, LaRue County, 
Marion County, Russell County, Todd Central, 
Warren Central 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY 1972 



Page Three 



Bullitt Central Region-Breckinridge County, 
Bullitt Central, East Hardin, Fort Knox, Meade 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham 
County, Shelby County, Washington County, West 
Hardin. 

Fort Thomas Region-Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Dixie Heights, Mason County, 
Pendleton County. 

Lexington Region-Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franlvlin County, George R. Clark, Har- 
rison County. Henry Clay, Jessamine County, La- 
fayette, Scott County, Tates Creek, Woodford 
County. 

Richmond Region-Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Madison Central, M. C. Napier, Middles- 
boro, Somerset. 

Russell Region-Boyd County, Fleming County, 
Johnson Central, McKell, Paul G. Blazer, Pres- 
tonsburg. Russell. 

TRACK— CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Loretto Region-Butler, Central, Loretto, Louis- 
ville Male. Shawnee. 

Atherton Region-Atherton, Holy Rosary, 
Moore, Sacred Heart, Southern, Thomas Jefferson. 

Doss Region-Angela Merici, Doss, Fairdale. 
Iroquois, Jesse Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Eastern Region-Assumption, Ballard, Eastern, 
Fern Creek. Jeffersontown. Mercy Academy, Sen- 
eca, Ursuline, Westport. 

TRACK— CLASS A BOYS 

Fort Campbell Region-BaUard Memorial. Crit- 
tenden County. Dawson Springs, Earlington, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Heath, Hickman County, Liver- 
more. Lyon County. Mayfield. Murray, Providence, 
St. Mary, South Hopkins, South Marshall, Trigg 
County. 

Bowling Green Region-Allen County, Austin 
Tracy. Bremen, Butler County, Edmonson County, 
Gamaliel. Hancock County, Leitchfield, Park City, 
Russellville, Temple Hill, Tompkinsville. 

Greensburg Region-Bardstown, Campbells- 
ville, Caverna, Cumberland County, Greensburg, 
Hiseville, Kentucky Academy, Kentucky School 
for the Blind, Louisville Country Day, MetcaK 
County, Portland Christian, West Hardin. 

Boone County Region-Bellexme, Bishop 
Brossart. Carroll County, Dayton, Eminence. 
Grant County. Henry County, ISTicholas County. 

Lexington Region-Anderson County. Burgin, 
Frankfort, Georgetown. Harrodsburg, Lexington 
Catholic. Mercer Countv. Paris. Sayre. Shelbyville. 

Richmond Region-Berea, Boyle County, Dan- 
ville, Ezel. Hazard, Kentucky School for the Deaf. 
Model. Monticello. Mt. Sterling. Rowan County. 

Williamsburg Region-Corbin. Cumberland, 
Fleming-Neon, Harlan, Hazel Green, Jenkins, 
Leatherwood. Letcher. Lone Jack. Lynn Camp. 
Pineville, Riverside Christian, St. Camillus, Wil- 
liamsburg. 

Russell Region-Bath County, Catlettsburg, 
Elkhorn City, Fairview. Johns Creek, Louisa, 
Maysville, Menifee County, Millard, Morgan 
County, Pikeville. Raceland, Tollesboro, University 
Breckinridge, Virgie. Wurtland. 

TRACK— CLASS AA BOYS 

Christian County Region-Caldwell County, 
Calloway County. Christian County, Hopkinsville, 
Lone Oak, North Marshall, Paducah Tilghman, 
Reidland. 

Henderson Region-Daviess County. Henderson, 
Henderson County, MadisonviUe-North Hopkins, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Union County, 
Webster County. 



Bowling Green Region-Adair County, Bowling 
Green, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, 
LaRue County, Ohio County, Russell County, Tay- 
lor County, Todd County, Warren Central. 

Bullitt Central Region-Breckinridge County, 
Bullitt Central, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Meade County, Nelson County, North Hard- 
in, Oldham County, Shelby County, Washington 
County. 

Boone County Region-Boone County, Camp- 
bell County. Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie 
Heights. Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport. Newport Catholic, Pendleton County, 
Simon-Kenton. 

Lexington Region-Bourbon County. Bryan 
Station, Franklin County. George R. Clark, Harri- 
son County. Henry Clay, Jessamine County, La- 
fayette. Scott County, Tates Creek. Woodford 
County. 

Richmond Region-Knox Central, Laurel Coun- 
ty. Madison Central, M. C. Napier, Middlesboro, 
Montgomery County, Pulaski County. Somerset. 
Wayne County, Wliitesburg, Whitley County. 

" Russell Region-Belfry, Boyd County. East 
Carter, Fleming County. Johnson Central. McKell. 
Mason County. Paul G. Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rus- 
sell, West Carter. 

TRACK— CLASS AAA BOYS 

Flaget Region-Butler, Central, duPont Manual, 
Flaget, Louisville Male. Shawnee. 

Atherton Region-Atherton. DeSales. Durrett, 
Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Tliomas Jefferson. 

Iroquois Region-Bishop David, Doss, Fairdale, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park. Stuart, Valley, 
Western. 

Eastern Region-Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, West- 
port. 



Coach-of-the-Year Clinic 

Bob Devaney, Head Football Coach of the 
University of Nebraska's 1970-71 National Cham- 
pions will headline an all-star group of coaches 
at the 1972 Kodak Coach-of-the-Year Clinic to be 
held in St. Louis at the Stouffer's Riverfront Inn 
on February 18. 19, and 20. Appearing on thesame 
docket with Bob Devaney will be two of his top 
assistants. Carl Selmer and John Melton who 
helped mold Nebraska into the -1 team in the 
nation. The number two and three major college 
ranked teams representative coaches are Chuck 
Fairbanks of Oklahoma, and Eddie Crowder of 
Colorado. Other outstanding coaching personali- 
ties include Frank Kush of Arizona State 1971 
Fiesta Bowl winner. John Merritt of Tennessee 
A & I and Russ Sloan from Northeast Missouri 
State. Coaches of this stature plus St. Louis Clinic 
Special Features will make this clinic the football 
attraction of the countrv. Special features include 
a COMPLETE ORANGE BOWL PACKAGE. 

EASTERN AIRLINES PRESENTS — An at- 
tendance drawing bv Miss Transportation for an 
Orange Bowl Round Trip Flight to Miami for two 
via Eastern Airlines Whisper Jet. Jan. 1, 1973. 

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS for two nights 
at Stan Musial's plush Ivanhoe Hotel in Sunny 
Miami, compliments of Stan the Man. 

TWO ORANGE BOWL TICKETS — Compli- 
ments of the University of Missouri Coaching 
Staff. 

A special attraction of the 1972 Clinic will be 
a Song and Dance team called "Duffy's Darlings." 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY 1972 



Duffy's Darlings is a group of local high school 
coaches' wives that will kick off a party and 
panel discussion featured Saturday evening. 
February 19, at 7:30 p.m. 

Host and participants in the clinic will be 
the clinic's National Directors. Coach Charles E. 
"Bud" Wilkinson, formerly of Oklahoma, and 
Coach Hugh "Duffy"' Daugherty of Michigan State. 

Ed Velten, Clinic Manager, expects around 
1.000 coaches from eight (8) states to attend the 
10th Annual KODAK COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 
CLINIC. For further information call or write: Ed 
Velten. Ladue High School, 1201 South Warson 
Road. St. Louis. Missouri, 63124, Area Code 314 — 
993-6447. 

This clinic is not limited to high school and 
college coaches only, but is open to the general 
public and all Little League coaches. 

Registration fee is $10.00 per person when 
paid in advance, and $12.50 on the day of the 
clinic. 



Good Medical Care? 

By Robert N. McLeod, M.D., Chairman 

K.M.A. Committee on School Health, Phys. Ed., 

and Medical Aspects of Sports 

Does the high school athlete get good medi- 
cal care^ This is an interesting question for all of 
us to consider. A recent editorial in the Wall 
Street Journal strongly suggested that the group 
getting the worst medical care in the United 
States were not the kids in the ghetto or the eld- 
erly people in the rural areas but rather the 
school age athlete. A recent survey by tho senior 
medical students in community medicine at the 
University of Kentucky, of the medical care of 
the high school football teams in the state of Ken- 
tucky showed that two-thirds of the teams had 
a team physician and some medical care but that 
100 percent of them were convinced that there 
was a great range for improvement in the medi- 
cal care given to football players in high school 
in the Commonwealth. Fatalities from high school 
football have increased ten fold in the past year. 
The Kentucky Medical Association Committee on 
School Health, Physical Education and Medical 
Aspects of Sports has as its aim for 1972 improv- 
ing the health care given to athletes in the state 
of Kentucky. But if we are to do this, it will re- 
quire the cooperation of the coaching staff, the 
principals, and the superintendents of all the teams 
in the Commonwealth. 

We proposed to try to standardize a medical 
histon.- and physical exam form for each partici- 
pant in high school athletics and hope that this 
standardized form will be available to you. We 
are going to send each coach in the state a copy 
of the new manual put out by the National Train- 
ers Association in cooperation with the Medical 
Aspects of Sports committee of the AMA. This 
appears to be the most complete "Bible" for treat- 
ment of high school athletes that has ever been 
published to date and we feel that it will be of 
tremendous value to you. We are hoping to pre- 
pare a film on pre-season conditioning to be 
shown at each of the football clinics conducted 
by Billy Wise this yeai-. and we hope to have a 
physician there to answer questions that you as 
coaches have about any medical aspect of the 
game. We hope to get on the program of the an- 
nual coaching clinics this summer at the time of 
the all-star game to cover some of the more 



significant medical aspects in the treatment of the 
athlete. We hope to have further articles in the 
"High School Athlete" on various phases of this 
subject. It has been our good fortune in the past 
month to secure approval from the deans of both 
the University of Louisville and the University 
of Kentucky Medical Schools to have a third and 
fourth year elective for the first time on "medical 
treatment of the athlete." We are proud because 
we are only the second state in the country to 
have succeeded in this mission. 

This seems like a lot to do. but after 21 years 
in this state as an official, a team physician and 
most of it as a member of this committee. I feel 
that this project cannot succeed without more in- 
terest, more participation, specifically more direct 
communication with the coaches and school offi- 
cials of the state. Specifically, you must make this 
committee aware of your problems as you have 
them at your school. If you can't get a team phy- 
sician, let us help you find one. If you have one. 
but you are not satisfied with your arrangements, 
send" for the AMA film on the "Team Physician" 
and go over your situation with him while watch- 
ing this film. What specific medical problems do 
vou have in spring practice, eai'ly season practice, 
or during the season that you feel need to be 
gone into deeper, what injuries cause j'ou the 
most trouble, what kind of insurance problems 
do you have, ad infinitum? 

This committee is made up of team physicians 
for all the major colleges in the state as well as 
several high rchool team physicians. We hope to 
improve the medical treatment of the high school 
athlete in the future but we cannot do this with- 
out vour Darticipation. 

Editor's Note: Dr. McLeod may be addressed 
at Children's Clinic, 500 Bourne Ave., Somerset, 
Ky. 42501. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled February 1) 

Berrv. Kermit L.. R. R. 1. Providence. 667-2859. 389-24in. 

Ext. 214 
Chapala. Thomas, 3B-8 Eastlawn Arms. Jeffersonville. 

Indiana. 283-6869, 447-3221 
Hannah. Jerrv. R. R. 1. Bo.x 258J19, Radchff, 3,51-3807. 

351-6765 
Lawson. David Warren, 326 Church Street, Vine Grove. 

877-5146. 351-3167 
Nichols, James Wvlie. 105 Cumberland. Princeton. 365- 

5870 
Sensing, John Barry, Helm Street, Elizabethtown 
Sundberg, Daniel L., 9011 Brandvwvne, Louisville, 239- 

1752, 895-0567 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled February 1) 

Carter, Morris A., 2213 Carriaue Drive, Owensboro, 684- 
8148 

Harned, Delano D,, Custer, 536-2791 

McClure. Frank E., 316 Highland Avenue, Raceland, 836- 
1158, 324-5187 

Page, Richard. Rt. 1, Hazel. 328-8151. 382-2227 

Taylor, Oliver Lee. 402 Cumberland Avenue, Williams- 
burg, 549-9028 

Trabandt. Ronnie. .3702 Blackburn. Ashland. .325-1798. 
:)25-47fl6 

Waller. Joe, 121:! Haves Slreel, Hopkinsville. 885-.3378. 
886-,3354 

Webster. Norman E., Huntsville, 934-3253, 526-3342 

Williams, Tom G., 129 Maple Grove Ct„ Bardstown, 348- 
3079, 348-5913 



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K. H. S. A. A. Member Schools - 



SCHOOL 



Adair County 7 

Allen County 36 

Anderson County 34 

Atherton 28 

Ballard 27 

Bardstown 35 

Bath County 29 

Beechwood 13 

Belfrv 32 ] 

Bell County 30 

Bellevue 33 

Berea Community 29 

Bishop David 37 

Boone County 24 

Bourbon County 24 

Bowling Green" 28 I 

Bovd County 34 | 

Boyle County 34 ! 

Breckinridee Co. 34 I 

Bryan Station . 35 

Bullitt Central 32 I 

Burgin 22 

Butler 41 I 

Butler County 21 ! 

Caldwell Countv 29 

Campbell County 27 

Campbellsviile 44 

Carroll Countv 29 

Catlettsburg 26 

Caverna 26 

Central 16 

Christian County 43 

Conner 21 

Corbin 41 

Covington Catholic 15 

Crittenden County 28 

Cumberland 18 

Cumberland County 23 

Danville 39 

Daviess Countv 20 

Davton 30 

DeSales 39 

Dixie Heights 31 

Doss 33 

duPont Manual 21 

Durrett 38 

Edmonson Countv 26 

Eastern 20 

Elizabethtown 31 

Elkhorn City 21 

Eminence 24 

Estill Countv 26 

Evarts 28 

Fairdale 29 

Fairview 28 

Fern Creek 26 

Flaget 44 

Fleming County 37 

Fleming-Neon 28 

Ft. Campbell 21 

Ft. Knox 17 

Frankfort 24 

Franklin County 25 

Franklm-Simpson 18 

Fulton 19 

Fulton Countv 14 

Gamaliel 19 

Garrard County 26 

George Rogers Clark 32 

Georgetown 25 

Glasgow 40 

Greensburg 18 

Harlan 29 

Harrison County 47 

Harrodsburg 37 

Hart County 15 

Hazard 31 | 

Heath 17 

Henderson 26 

Henderson Countv 36 

Henry Clay 26 

Henr.v County 15 

Highlands —1 33 

Holmes 17 



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SCHOOL 



Hopkinsville 

Iroquois 

James A. Cawood 

Jeffersontown 

Jenkins 

Jessaniine County 

Johns Creek 

Johnson Central 

Kentucky Academy _. 
Ky. School for Deaf . 

Knox Central 

Lafayette 

LaRue County 

Laurel County 

Leslie County 

Lewis County 

Lloyd 

Lone Oak 

Louisa 

Louisville Ctry. Day . 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Lynn Camp 

McKell 

Madison 

Madison Central 

MadisonviUe- 

Korth Hopkins 

Male 

Marion C. Moore 

Marion County 

Mayfield 

Maysville 

M. C. Napier 

Meade County 

Mercer County 

Metcalfe County 

Middlesboro 

Millersburg 

Military Institute 

Montgomery County . 

Morgan County 

Mt. Sterling 

Mt. Vernon 

Mullins 

Murray 

Nelson Cotinty 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Nicholas County . .. 

North Hardin 

North Marshall 

Ohio County 

Oldham County 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic _. 
Paducah Tilghman ._. 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Park City 

Paul G. Blazer 

Phelps 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pleasure 

Ridge Park 

Prestonsburg 

Raceland 

Reidland 

Rowan Coimty 

Russell 

Russell County 

Russellyille 

St. Xavier 

Sayre 

Scott County 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shelby County 

Shelbyyille 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 

Southern 

Stanford 

Stuart 

Tates Creek 

Tavlor County 

Temple Hill I 

Thomas Jefferson 

Todd County Central 



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Trigg Countv 24 

Trimble Countv 20 

Trinity (Louisville) 38 

Union Countv 31 

Vallev I 29 

Virgie 16 

Waggener 36 

Warren Central 30 

Warren East 32 

Washington County 30 

Wayne County 23 

Webster Countv 6 

Western 31 

Westport 29 

Wheelwright 28 

Whitesburg 21 

Whitley County 21 

Williamsburg 29 

Woodford Countv .._ - - 19 

Wurtland 27 



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TEAM 
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Schools' Ratings On 
Football Officials 

The following ratings were received on foot- 
ball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. dur- 
ing 1971-1972. The numbers following each name 
represent respectively the number of Excellent, 
Good, Fair and Poor ratings given to the official. 

Ackerman, Robert J., 1-0-0-0; Adams, Paul E., 
1-0-0-0; Ahrens, James R., 0-6-0-0; Albright, James 
R.. 7-7-2-0; Allen, Arthur, 7-4-0-1; Allison, Roy, 
1-10-0-1; Anders, Raleigh A., 2-2-0-0; Anderson, 
Douglas L., 0-2-0-0; Anderson, John G., 2-6-1-0; 
Ashworth, Paul, 3-3-0-0; Austin, Tom A., 0-1-0-0; 
Ayers, Edward L., 3-5-2-0; 

Baird, James H., 0-1-0-1; Ballaban, Thomas. 
0-0-1-0; Barnott, John R., 0-1-1-0; Bartels, John 
T. 0-2-1-1; Barton, Leon, 0-1-0-0; Bates, Bob, 
0-2-0-0: Batterson, Keith, 5-9-1-0; Beheler, Donald 
S., 5-7-1-1; Bell, Clarence, 0-18-3-3; Bellissemo, 
Frank, 1-3-0-0; Bennett, Merrill, 0-1-0-0; Bero, 
James J., 0-4-0-0; Bewley, Harry G., 1-0-0-0; 
Blanton, Homer, 3-2-0-0; Blevins, Donald Wayne, 
6-2-0-0; Bocook, Earl, 1-3-0-0; Boemker. Bob, 
1-10-0-0; Bordy, Philip, 1-3-2-0; Boswell, William 
Martin, 6-5-2-1; Bowling, James Earl, 1-4-0-0; 
Boyd, John D., 3-0-0-0; Boyles, Jerry F., 5-3-0-0; 
Bradford, Robert L., 2-6-5-1; Bramble, James L., 
6-7-0-0; Brashear, Ley Ray, 3-4-2-0; Brauch, 
Charles J., 7-6-1-0; Brause, Allan R., 0-0-0-3; Brew- 
er, Jerry, 1-6-1-1; Brewer, Lloyd, 0-0-2-0; Brock, 
Alben, 1-9-2-1; Brotzge, Maurice, 8-6-2-4; Brown. 
Bill, 7-12-2-0; Brown, Herman G., 6-8-2-0; Brown. 
J. W., 2-4-0-1; Brown, Michael L., 0-1-0-0; Bru- 
baker, Don, 3-0-0-0; Brubaker. John E., 3-0-0-0; 
Buckley, Robert S., Jr., 1-0-0-0; Bullock, Ted. 
4-6-1-1; Burgess. Oley J.. Sr., 1-3-0-0; Burke. David 
Dean 2-9-0-2; Burke, Harry R., 9-7-4-0; Burkhart, 
James G., 0-3-0-0; Burton, James E., 5-5-2-0; Bur- 
ton, John, 5-3-0-0; Byrd, A. Gordon, 2-0-0-1; 

Cain, Paul D., 0-2-1-0; Canaday, Jacy Glenn, 
6-6-0-0; Canady, Ray B., 7-8-0-0; Cannon, James 
Drew, 2-4-1-0; Cargill, Thomas, Jr., 1-6-0-0; Carl- 
berg, John H., 7-5-0-1; Carlberg. Ralph C. 5-5-0-1; 
Carlson. David A.. 4-3-3-0; Carpenter, Jerry, 
0-1-0-0; Carr, Billy W., 4-10-0-0: Carr, Larry W., 
2-5-1-0; Cecil, Roger, 2-1-0-0; Chapman, Ronald 



F., 1-2-0-0; Chasteen, Earl, 5-7-1-2; Chiswell, 
Charles L., 4-6-0-1; Cisco, Robert N., 2-0-0-0: 
Clark, Owen B., 2-10-3-2; Clark, Robert, 4-5-0-5; 
Cleavenger, Ed, 4-8-1-0; Clemmons, Sam, 9-2-0-0; 
Clifford. Michael T., 0-0-1-0; Chne. Nick, 1-3-0-0; 
Colley, Lynn W., 1-0-0-0; CoUins, Ronald K., 
6-7-3-2; Cooper, Norris, 5-3-1-2; Cooper, Richard 
E., 8-9-1-0; Copley, Sidney M., 0-1-0-0; Cornwell, 
James, 2-5-1-0; Cowan, Larry Gene, 7-1-1-0; Cow- 
an, Robert L., Sr., 3-9-2-1; Cox, Colin. 0-2-2-0; 
Craft, Albert B., 2-9-4-0; Creekmore, Les, 5-5-3-1; 
Crider, Ray, 1-5-0-1; Cullen, Charles "Bud", 
6-10-1-0: Gulp, Willard E., 1-4-1-6: Cummings, 
Robert P., Jr., 5-5-0-1; Curnutte, Ivan, 0-3-1-1; 
Curnutte, J. R., 0-0-1-1; Current, Ellis Ray, 
5-12-2-0: Current. Robert O.. 5-8-1-1; 

Dallmann, James W., 4-0-0-0; Daopoulas. 
James A.. 7-9-1-0; Daves, Ron, 0-1-0-0: Davis, A. J., 
1-1-3-1; Davis, Charles. 0-3-0-0; Davis. Ralph C, 
2-1-1-0; Deaton, Don, 0-3-1-0; Delaney. William 
T., 6-10-1-0; Dent. Donald, 3-7-1-4; Denton, 
Charles. 1-1-0-0; Denton, Wilham J., 1-14-1-0; 
Dennedy, Bob, 1-2-0-0; DeSensi, William "Chick", 
4-3-0-4; Detenber, Gene, 10-8-3-0; Dewees, Bill. 
1-6-6-1: Dorsey, James. 2-2-1-1; Downs, Joseph 
W.. 4-7-1-0; Drake. Richard R., 7-11-2-0; Draud. 
Jon E., 0-4-2-0; Duff, William C, Jr., 4-6-3-1; Dun- 
can, James T, 2-8-0-0; Durbin, Roy, 1-2-0-0; Dur- 
kin. Jack. 6-1-1-2: 

Easley, Dan W., 1-7-1-0; Eldridge, Wayne R.. 
4-8-3-0; Elliott, Carroll L., 10-5-0-0; English. P. T., 
0-2-0-0; Epley, Donald W., 0-2-2-0; Evans. David 
M.. 0-5-1-0; Evans, Thomas David, 0-2-0-1; Evans. 
Willis, 1-6-1-3; 

Faust, John F., 5-10-1-0; Fav, John C, 6-7-3-0; 
Feck, Richard A., 4-5-2-0; Fenimore. Clarke E., 
5-14-1-0; Ferguson, Roy F., 2-9-1-0: Ferguson. 
Thomas Lyle, 0-0-2-0; FeiTell, Ronnie, 2-2-1-1; 
Fields, Ricky P., 0-2-0-0; Fields, Ronald M., 
3-7-0-3; Fish, Leland G.. 5-8-0-0; Fitzpatrick, Ken- 
neth L., 2-2-0-0; Flvrm, Bobby, 9-7-1-3; Fortney, 
Robert L., 5-6-4-0: Foster. Berryman E., 2-1-0-0; 
Foster, J. W., 2-7-3-1; Fraley. Bill. 1-7-0-0; Frank- 
el, Louis S., 6-11-0-0; Frazer, Tom Roe, 0-1-0-0; 
Frederick, Gary Lee, 3-2-0-0; Fryrear, BiU P., 5-11- 
0-0: Fuller, Wilton H., 5-1-1-0; Furlong, William 
E., 0-4-1-0; 

Gallahei-, Jack, 3-2-2-0: Gammon, William H., 
4-4-1-0; Garrett, Richard A.. 4-8-1-0; Gastineau, 
Joby A., Ill, 1-1-0-1; Gentry, Dale J., 6-7-1-4; 



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Gettler, John F., 9-8-3-0: Gfell, George. 1-6-2-0; 
Gibson, Richard L., 4-11-0-1; Gilkerson, Pat, 1-3- 
0-0; Goble, Gary Lvnn, 1-10-1-0; Gore, Bailey, 
4-8-2-0; Gorham, Harrv C, 8-T-l-O; Gour, Bob, 
10-6-0-0; Grabowski, James T., 2-0-0-0; Grace, 
Charles K., 2-5-4-1; Grace, H. E., Jr., 1-2-5-2; Gran- 
don, John E., 1-0-0-0; Griffey, Richard, 5-1-0-0; 
Gupton, George E., 2-6-0-0; Gupton, Lawrence R., 
4-5-0-0; Guy, N. S., Ill, 5-9-2-0; 

Hackett, Wilbur L., Sr., 0-2-2-1; Hackler, 
George Gary, 3-0-0-0; Hadden. Newell P., Jr., 6-7- 
2-2; Hagen, Joe E., 3-4-3-3; Hall. Charles E., 5-9- 
0-0; Hall, Samuel E., 3-4-1-1; Hall, William W., 
5-1-1-0; Hamilton, Michael, 1-0-0-0; Hammons, 
George F., 0-3-0-0; Hancock, Norb, 4-9-1-4; Harjo, 
Austin A., 5-5-1-2; Harris, David L., 7-7-2-0; Harsh, 
Ronald B., 3-1-0-0; Hawkins, Donald H., 6-4-0-0; 
Hawkins, Will A., 9-6-1-0; Heaberhn. Bill, 4-0-0-0; 
Hedge, David W., 2-14-0-0; Heinichen, Carl C. 
1-3-1-2; Heinze, Frank, 9-7-4-0: Heinze, John G.. 
5-2-1-0: Hendon, L. J., 4-6-1-0; Herrick, Calvin P., 
Jr., 1-4-1-3; Hewitt, R. T., 3-4-1-2; Hicks, Jack, 
0-1-0-1; Hill. Earl F.. 5-4-0-0; Hina, Charles W., 
4-3-0-0: Hina, Henrv B.. 0-5-0-1; Hines, Richard 
G., 1-6-1-0: Hinkle. Harold L., 0-1-0-0; Hite. Phil- 
lip H., 1-3-2-0; Hofstetter, Joe, 1-3-0-0; Hollings- 
worth, Ralph, 9-5-0-0; Holton. Glenn, 0-0-2-0: Hop- 
son, James E., 0-2-1-0: Hornsbv, Colin, 3-3-2-0: 
Horsman, Bill, 8-6-1-1; Howard, Robert E., 1-7-1-0: 
Hubbard, John Douglas, 4-7-1-0; Huber, Carl W.. 
4-9-2-0: Huffine, Gary L., 1-5-2-2; Humble, Mi- 
chael E., 4-5-2-3; Hunt, Leonard D., 2-1-0-0; Hunt- 
er, James E., 8-2-5-0; Hunter, Willard C. 1-0-0-0; 
Hurley, Robert, 0-5-0-0; 

Ishmael, Stephen A., 5-8-0-2; 

Jacobv, Ben, 5-4-2-0; James, Gene, 3-1-0-0; 
Johanson, Ralph, 2-2-0-0; Johns. Charles, 3-5-1-1; 
Johnson, Bob. 4-2-0-0; Johnson, Gordon M., 4-7-1- 
0: Johnson. Harrv A., Jr., 0-3-2-1; Johnson, Stan 
W., 1-4-0-0: Jones, Denver, 1-2-0-0: Jones. J. Carl, 
6-2-2-0; Jones, Paul D.. 5-9-1-0; Jones, Robert H., 
0-1-0-0; Jones, WilHam L., 6-5-0-0; Jordan, Charles 
Michael, 3-6-0-0: Johnson, Jon K., 0-4-1-0; Jump, 
Frank E., 6-5-0-0: 

Karr, Don, 4-1-0-0: Kaufman, Alvin R., 2-8-8- 
0: Keifer, Robert B., 3-0-0-0; Keller, Terry Joe, 
0-3-1-1: Kennedy, James R., 3-7-5-2; Kimble, 
Frank, 5-1-0-0: Kimble, Jeffery, 5-1-0-0; Kirk, 
Charles, 2-6-3-1; Knowles, Robert, 0-1-0-0: Kratz- 
enberg, Ralph, 2-1-0-2; Kratzenberg, Richard, 2-1- 
0-1; Kratzenberg, Robert R.. 4-1-1-1; Kuhl, Law- 
rence, 5-3-1-0; 

LaFountain, James L., 2-4-0-0; Laird, Ronald 
E., 3-4-1-0; Lambert, Irvin, 10-9-1-0; Landers, John 
F., 3-5-1-2; Lange, William E., Jr., 4-13-2-1; La- 
Salvia, James, 3-6-2-1; Law, William J., 5-8-2-0; 
Lawson, Leland, 5-1-0-0; Leahy, Pat, 5-11-1-0; 
Ledford, Thos. B., 6-3-1-0; Lee, Doug, 1-8-1-1; Lee, 
William A., 0-3-0-0; Lefevers, Colman J., 1-3-2-0; 
Lenahan, Thomas F.. 3-7-1-0; LeQuire, Harold M.. 
2-9-0-1; Levy, Arthur E., 1-3-0-0: Liberatore, Sam- 
uel M., 4-5-0-0; Lillie, Wm. Westly, 5-8-1-0; Lin- 
don, Bob, 1-7-1-0: Lingo, Heni-y E., 6-6-0-0; Linkes, 
Clifford C, 4-8-3-0; Lloyd, Birt, 0-3-0-0: Lockhart, 
Dan, 0-4-1-0; Logan, C. Douglas, 0-2-0-0; Logan, 
Eli, 2-8-3-1; Long, James E., 4-6-0-0; Lovall, Tom- 
my, 0-0-2-0; Lowe, Gene T., 5-7-0-0; Lowe, Stan, 
8-7-2-2; Lu.sbv, George. 7-4-1-0; Lykins, Jamos O., 
2-3-4-3; 

McClure, Tom, 5-10-2-1; McCormick, Don R., 
4-10-1-0; McCormick, Donald, 4-4-1-1; McCowan, 
Connell, 0-4-1-0; McCray, Carl G., 0-4-0-0; Mc- 
Elroy, James E., 1-0-0-0; McFadden, Jimmie, 8-3- 



1-0; McGehee, Gordon, 10-12-2-0; McGinty, L. V., 
Jr., 3-2-0-1; McKenzie, Claude L., 3-7-1-0; Mc- 
Kenzie. Robert, 1-3-0-0; McKinney, Adelle, 1-1-1-0; 
McLane, Albert I., 1-2-0-0; McPeek, Talmadge, 3- 
1-1-0; 

Magruder, Earl, Jr., 7-3-2-2; Malone, James 
F., 4-2-2-0; Maloney, William. 0-2-1-0; Mang, 
Berry W., Jr., 0-8-0-1; Marcum. Bruce, 0-0-1-0; 
Martin, Thomas F„ 2-4-0-0; Matarazzo, S. M., 4-0- 
1-0; Mathis, Mike, 0-1-0-0; Mattingly, Charles Pete, 
9-6-2-2; Mattingly, Wayne C, 6-5-2-0; May. E. B., 
Jr., 11-6-5-0; May, Larry, 5-1-0-0; Mayer, Ed, 1-4- 
2-0; Mayhew, William M., 6-5-1-0; Maynard, 
James L., 1-2-1-1; Maynard, William D., 1-0-0-0; 
Meadors, Wm. J., 3-7-1-1; Melmige, James, Jr., 
1-3-0-0; Mercke, Frank R., 4-13-1-1; Mercker, 
George E., 7-5-0-1; Mestepey, James R., 6-6-1-0; 
Metcalf, Ken, 4-4-1-2; Metzger. Don, 5-7-0-1; Metz- 
ler, Norman J., Jr., 1-0-0-0: Meyer, Bud, 0-1-0-0: 
Mick, Paul E., 3-4-1-0; Minta, John H., 6-14-1-0; 
Moody, William R., 5-9-1-1; Mooneyhan, James H., 
5-8-1-1: Moore. Franklin "Bud", 6-11-4-2; Moore, 
Robert, 6-8-1-0; Mordica, William A., 5-2-0-0; 
Morgan, Richard, 5-3-0-0: Morris, Jerry O., 0-4-2-1; 
Morrissey, Rockne, 0-2-0-0: Morse, Richard K., 
10-7-0-0; Moser, Tom, 1-1-0-0; Mullannix, Walter 
W., 7-2-1-0; Muller, William J., 0-0-1-0; Mulliken, 
David K.. 0-1-1-0: Murray, Thomas, 13-13-1-0; 

Nassida, Frank Robert, 6-0-0-0; Naumann, 
Frank, 2-2-0-0: Neal, Gene, 5-10-1-1: Nelson, Clar- 
ence Robert, 1-3-00: Nickell, Duane "Red", 2-7-4-0; 
Nolan, Michael Bruce, 2-4-3-1; Noland, Douglas, 
6-7-1-1; Nord, Bertrand J., 7-13-2-2; Norwood, Don- 
ald v., 2-2-2-0; Norwood, Thomas R., 4-10-1-2; 

Oldham, Ben R., 8-4-2-1; Omar, Max C, 2-3-0- 
0; Omer, Harold G., 4-16-2-0; O'Nan, Norman, 3- 
3-0-4: Osborne, Donald E., 2-0-1-0; Osborne. Lon- 
nie K.. 0-3-2-0; Osborne. Ted G.. 8-4-0-1; Osting, 
James E., II, 1-7-4-0: 

Pace. Donald W.. 7-3-0-0: Pack. George W., 
1-0-0-0: Padgett. R. K., 5-7-3-0: Pardue. Israel L., 
Sr., 2-9-9-1; Parker, Bob L., 2-9-4-0: Parker, Fran- 
cis v., 1-7-0-1; Parsley, Clyde E., 4-9-0-0; Pate, 
Lloyd W., 4-4-1-1; Patterson, Bill E., 3-4-0-0; Pat- 
terson, William C, 0-1-0-1; Patz, Richard Alan, 
0-1-0-0; Paxton, Gary R., 5-10-0-1; Peake, Kyle 
M., 1-0-0-0; Peecher, Lloyd, 1-1-0-0; Peeno, Harry 
R., 8-10-4-2; Perkins, Ronnie, 4-7-0-1; Perry Al- 
fred H., 1-0-0-0; Phipps, James M., 1-10-1-0; Pie- 
trowski, Paul, 0-5-1-1; Pinson, Eugene, 5-3-0-1; 
Pirkle, Paul S.. 2-3-0-0; Pittman, Spencer R., 4-6- 
3-0; Poole, Wm. F., 1-2-1-0; Porco, Kenneth J., 
6-12-0-0; Porter, Clarence Lee, 0-1-0-0: Powell, 
Calvin Clay, 2-8-5-1; Powell, Logan G., 2-0-0-0; 
Powers, Clark, 0-2-1-0; Powers, Elmer, 3-7-1-0; 
Pugh, Roy D., 0-4-1-0; 

Quehl, Bud, 8-4-0-0; 

Ramey, Roy, 2-6-0-0; Rapp, Bill, 4-2-2-0; 
Raque, Ron, 4-9-1-2; Rascoe, Robert B., 5-6-1-3; 
Rawdon, Richard M., Jr., 4-8-0-2; Ray, Bob, 3-3-2- 
7; Ray, ColUs R., 0-2-0-0; Ray, Frank D., 1-0-1-0; 
Ray, Shirley G., 0-1-0-0; Read, Frederick K., 4-8- 
1-0; Reddington, Jim, 3-5-0-4; Reece, Jerry T., 
8-1-0-1; Reed, Gordon "Moe", 6-10-0-0; Renfro, 
James H., 4-5-0-0; Riggs, C. Dennis, 4-12-5-0; 
Ring, Bill, 9-7-3-2; Roberts, James E., 3-5-1-0; 
Robinson, Don L., 3-1-0-0: Rodgers, H. Tom, 
9-4-0-1; Roeckers, Bernie W., 1-1-0-1; Roger.-^. El- 
dridge, 2-5-0-0; Rose, Robert Lee, Jr., 7-6-3-0; 
Rosen, William H., 2-2-0-1; Russell, Gary E., 1-8- 
3-1; Russell, Joe, 0-1-0-1; Russman, Godfrey F., 
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Sammons, Terry- Lynn, 2-13-3-0; Sanders, Mel, 
5-4-3-0; Sanks, David, 0-0-0-1; Sapp, Edward, 5- 
13-1-0; Satterly, Grant, 8-6-1-1; Saturley, Randall, 
0-2-1-0; Saylors, Carlee. 4-3-3-2; Schmidt, Thomas 
C, Jr., 0-4-0-0; Schmitt. Nicholas G., 1-5-0-2; 
Schmitt, Paul E., 1-1-1-0; Schuble, Charles E., 4- 
7-3-1; Schutte, Joe, 0-1-0-1; Scott, W. L. "Bill", 
8-2-1-0; Seavers, Joe, 3-7-0-1; Selvv, Curt, 6-2-2-0; 
Sesher, James. 1-4-1-0; Shanks, Thomas E., 3-11- 
1-3; Sharp, Je^r^^ 0-1-0-1; Sharp, Mike, 0-1-0-1; 
Sharp, Robert J.. 0-0-0-1; Sharp. Ronnie E.. 0-1-0- 
1; Shaughnessy, Bernard E., 1-6-1-0; Shelton, Don- 
ald R., 3-5-2-0; Shewmaker, Wavne. 11-6-0-0; 
Shofner, Carl L., 0-7-1-0; Shumaker, Thurman E., 
1-3-0-0; Simms, Clarence E.. 3-9-1-1; Simpson, 
Olando J. "Bill", 0-4-3-0; Sizemore, Aster, 2-4-0-4; 
Shgh. Jim. 2-1-0-0; Slone. Earl D., 0-1-0-0; Small. 
David E., 0-5-2-2; Smith. William E.. 3-1-1-0; 
South. Stanlev P.. 7-4-0-0; Spath. WiUiam J.. 1- 
10-3-0; Spaulding, John R.. 2-7-1-3; Stalev. Jerrv. 
7-3-2-0; Staples. Jerrv D.. 1-7-2-0; Staten. Joseph 
B., 2-6-2-0; Staten. Mike. 1-0-0-0; Stephens. Her- 
bert D.. 0-3-0-0; Stephenson. HaiTv S.. 5-1-1-2; 
Steward. Garv "Jock", 1-5-0-0; Stoup, Robert D., 



1-0-0-0 
1-0-0-0 
3-7-1-0 
4-1-0-0 



4-7-4-0; Usery, L. L., 0-2-0-0; 
1-3-0-0; Varner, Ray G., 



Strain. Richard. 1-2-0-0; Straus. William. 
Streible. Ronnie D.. 3-5-0-0; Stumbo. Jack. 
Sullivan. A. G.. 1-5-2-0; Swarts. Joseph. 
Swinford. John. 5-8-0-1; Svkes. Tommy 
C. 0-2-0-0; 

Talbot. William G.. HI. 4-8-2-2; Tate. Kenneth 
L., Jr., 3-1-0-0; Tavlor, Dennis H., 1-1-1-1; Tavlor. 
James R., 3-3-2-0; Thomas. Raymond E.. 0-1-0-0; 
Thomas. Ravmond Earl. 1-2-4-3; Thompson. 
Thomas D., 6-8-1-4; Thompson, Victor Neil. 
2-3-0-0; Timmering. George E., 4-7-2-0; Treas., 
Joe W.. 6-2-1-2; Ti-eibly, Charles E.. 7-14-2-0; 
Trimer. Norman E., 4-4-1-0; Tromblev. Norman J.. 
0-3-0-1; Tuitele. Matthew V. L.. 2-4-2-2; Turlev. 
A. Howard, 0-1-0-0; Turner. Charles W., 1-3-1-0; 
Tye. Josh. 0-3-0-0; 

LTrlage. Richard. 

VanZant, Jim. 
15-3-0-2; 

Wagner. Jim. 0-1-2-0; Waide. Harn.- D.. 
6-8-1-2; Walker. Julian R., 4-3-4-0: Walker, Paul 
R., 10-2-0-0; Waller, Bobbie E.. 4-9-0-0; Wanchic. 
Nicholas. 5-8-4-1; Ward, Tommy. 2-9-0-1; Warren, 
Buist Buzz. 5-4-1-0; Warren, Kenneth A., 0-6-1-0; 
Washaleski, Tom. 1-2-1-1; 
1-17-3-1; Washer. Robert S., 
George F.. 1-0-1-1; Watts. 
Weaver. Clyde Ivan. 0-3-0-0; 
Webb. Dudley, 4-10-1-0; 
8-5-5-3. Wedge. Denny. 6-4-0-1; Whisman. William 
L.. 0-0-1-0; Wickham. James R.. Jr., 1-1-0-0; Wil- 
bert. Donald A.. 6-3-4-3; Wilcox, Ursa! R.. 3-5-0-0; 
Wilder. Jerry, 6-5-1-0; Williams, James H., 2-9-0-1; 
Wilson, A. C, Jr.. 0-1-0-0; Wilson, Louis O., 
5-8-3-1; Wilson. Nellus R., 3-3-2-0; Wise, Jack. 
6-8-1-1; Wittenburg. Howard. 1-2-0-0; Wood. 
Furman Blake. 1-0-0-0; Wood. Walter A.. 4-0-1-1; 
Wray, Robert F., 0-3-0-0; Wright. Howard L.. 
2-4-6-1; Wright, Jim, 7-5-1-0; Wright, John David. 
0-1-0-0; Wuertz. John. 1-1-0-0; Wulfeck. James A.. 
.Jr.. 3-5-3-0; 

Yarbrough, Rov D., Jr.. 0-1-0-0; Young. Jack. 
5-0-0-0; 

Zaranka, Benny J.. 



Washer 
Jr.. 2-7- 
Shirley 
Weaver, 
Weber, 



James P., 
1-0; Watson, 
R., 13-7-0-3; 
Ray. 3-8-4-3. 
Thomas C, 



3-4-1-0; Zimmer, Thomas. 



8-8-2-1; Zogg, Joe F., 1-1-0-1. 



Football Rules Committee 

(Continued from Page One) 

1-2-6; A flag (18" by 18") or a soft flexible 
pylon (4" by 4" by 18" to 24") shall be placed at 
the inside corner of each of the intersections of 
the sidelines with the goal lines, and the end 
lines, and with each intersection of the inbounds 
lines extended and the end lines. 

1-3-2: A tan-colored ball with a white one 
inch stripe 3 to 3^4 inches from each end to the 
nearer edge of the stripe shall be used. 

1-3-3: The .vardage chain, or other alliance 
committee approved measuring devices, for use in 
fixing the line-to-gain and measuring the dis- 
tance the ball has been advanced and a down- 
marker to indicate the number of the down, shall 
be provided by the game management. 

1-5-lf: The numbers of the jerseys will be at 
least 10 inches high on the back and 8 inches 
high in the front, of a single color in contrast to 
the jersey color and with numeral bars or strokes 
about 1 1; inches wide. 

2-3-3; A valid fair catch signal is the extend- 
ing and waving of one hand only at full arm's 
length above the head. 

2-6-2: A down will be replayed if a whistl-^ 
were sounded inadvertently during a kick or while 
a forward pass is in flight. 

2-8: When two or more live ball fouls are 
committed by the same team at such a time the 
offended team is permitted a choice of penalties, 
the fouls are referred to as a multiple foul. 

2-8 A: The free-blocking zone is a rectangular 
area extending laterally 4 yards on either side of 
the spot of the snap and 3 yards behind each 
scrimmage line. 

2-20-1; A player, or other person, is out-of- 
bounds when any part of him touches anything, 
excepting another player, which is on or outside 
the sideline or endline. 

3-1-1: Note: If at the end of the fourth quar- 
ter, the teams have identical scores, the tie may 
be resolved by means acceptable to the confer- 
ence or State Association. This may include ex- 
tending playing time. 

3-5-1: Four time-outs only may be charged 
to a team during each half of the game. 

3-5-6: Unless the clock is already stopped, an 
officials' time-out shall be declared as soon as the 
ball becomes dead following a change of team 
possession, or whenever the covering official de- 
clares the ball dead and the ball appears to have 
reached the line-to-gain. 

5-3-4: If a foul occurs prior to or following a 
free-kick down (other than when it follows a fair 
catch or an awarded fair catch) and before anv 
change of team possession, the down which fol- 
lows measurement is a free-kick down. 

8-3-4: If a forward pass foul by A (causing 
loss of down) occurs during a try-for-point. or if 
there is any other foul by A and the try is not 
successful, no point is scored and there is no re- 
play. 

9-1-2: No offensive player who is outside the 
free blocking zone, may block an opponent below 
the waist, while the opponent is in an area 3 yards 
behind each scrimmage line, extending laterally 
and from sideline to sideline, if such block is to- 
ward the spot from which the snap was made. 

9-3-lj: No player shall position himself on the 
slioulders or body of a defensive teammate to 
gain an advantage. 

9-4-1: No player shall participate by touching 
the ball or hindering an opponent after having 



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been out-of-bounds during the down. This does 
not include being blocked or pushed out-of- 
bounds. 

9-6-lb: Conferences between a coach or coach- 
es and a player or players may be held during a 
charged time-out. or the intermission between 
periods, the conference is on the field within five 
yards of the side line and directly in front of the 
team box when one or more coaches (without 
phones, radios, or similar communication dexdces) 
from each team may confer with one player. 

10-2-1: It is a double foul if both teams com- 
mit fouls during either the same live ball period 
in which: (a) there was no change of team pos- 
session; or (b) there was a change of team pos- 
session and the team in possession at the end of 
the down had fouled prior to the final change of 
possession. In either (a) or (b) the penalties cancel 
and the down is replayed. 

10-2-3: When two or more live ball fouls are 
committed by the same team before any one of 
the penalties is accepted or decHned. only one 
penalty may be measured except when a foul 
(or fouls) for unsportsmanlike conduct follows a 
previous foul. In such cases, the penalty (or pen- 
alties) for unsportsmanlike conduct is adminis- 
tered separately. 

10-2-4: Penalties for dead ball fouls are ad- 
ministered separately and in the order of their 
occurrence. A dead ball foul is not coupled with 
a live ball foul or another dead ball foul to 
create either a double or multiple foul. 

SIGNALS: 

THE COMMITTEE adopted a total of four 
new signals. The signal for personal foul shall be 
hacking motion with the heel of one hand against 
the other wrist. For illegal use of hands, the ref- 
eree will clasp the wrist of one arm with the 
other hand while the arms are extended to the 
front of him and give a downward pulling motion. 
Designating first touching will be done bv touch- 
ing the fingertips to the shoulders while the arms 
are extended to the sides of the body. Failure to 
wear required equipment continuously will be 
designated by placing one hand on the back of 
the neck with the arm extended from the side of 
the body. The signal chart will be rearranged for 
quick and eas.y reference. 

CASE BOOK SITUATION: 

INTERPRETATIONS for several listed situa- 
tions were reviewed and revised. These will be 
included in the 1972 edition of the Case Book. 
Since the Case Book is a supplement to the Rules 
Book, the information contained therein is offi- 
cially adopted by the Committee. 

CHANGING BALLS: A play will be develop- 
ed to give the proper procedure for exchanging 
balls between series when each team is using a 
different apprr^'ed ball. 

BALL BOYS: Case Book .situation will be de- 
veloped to emphasize the need for ball boys and 
their responsibilities when they decide to change 
balls during a game. 

POTNTS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS: 

THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE RULES COM- 
MITTEE each year specifies certain areas which 
are to be given special attention by all those re- 
sDonsible for teaching football rules. The 1972 
Committee was no exception. Five items have been 
specifically designated to be placed in this cate- 
gory for this vear. They are Soearing. Encroach- 
ment. False Start, Illegal Shift, Wearing Hand 
and Forearm Pads. 



GENERAL: 

EDITORIAL CHANGES in the Rules Book, 
Case Book, Rules Simplified and Illustrated and 
the Football Officials Manual to correlate rules 
and sections were authorized by committee action. 
The editorial committee was directed to revise the 
present language in order to increase understand- 
ing without changing the intent of the rules sec- 
tions wherever feasible. 

Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Saturday morning, January 22, 
1972. The meeting was called to order by Presi- 
dent Morton Combs at 9:00, with all Board mem- 
bers. Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford, Assistant 
Commissioners J. B. Mansfield, Billv V. Wise and 
Louis Stout present. The invocation was given by 
William C. Doan. 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by J. C. 
Cantrell, that the reading of the minutes of the 
December 17th meeting be waived since the mem- 
bers of the Board had received copies of these 
minutes. The motion was carried unanimously. 

President Combs welcomed to the meeting 
Frank B. Simpson and Arthur R. Hawldns, newly 
elected members of the Board of Control. 

Principals Bobby Snider, Glenn E. Dexter, 
James Traylor. Barney Thweatt, and Charles T. 
Elder of the First Education District Secondary 
Principals Association appeared before the Board 
with a petition relating to several items of recent 
Board action. Mr. Traylor spoke for the group. 
Some of the items of concern were as follows: 

1) The change in the plan of allowing certain 
expenses and pa.ving for trophies and awards for 
spring and minor sports, this action being taken 
during the September meeting of the Board: 

2) Board action concerning the assessment of 
certain percentages against district and regional 
basketball tournament receipts to assist in under- 
wi-iting the 1971-72 K.H.S.A.A. budget. 

It was also requested that the Boai'd allow 
member schools to appoint a committee charged 
with the resnnnsibilitv of doing an in-depth study 
of the financial problems of the Association, its 
findings and recommendations to be reported to 
t'lp 1972 Delegate Assembly. 

President Combs stated that the recommenda- 
tions of the First Education District group will 
bo t?ken into consideration at which time the 
represontativps wer'^ excused from the meeting. 

After a freneval discussion. Richard Vincent 
moved, seconded by J. C. Cantrell, that the action 
taken bv the Board durin" the September moot- 
ing relative to the substitution of "may" for "will" 
in the naraeranhs referring to finances in the 
sports of baseball cross countrv. golf, .gymnastics, 
rifle, tennis track, and wrestling, be rescinded. 
The motion was carried bv a vote of .'i-S. 

The Board rieclined to change its position 
with respect to the assessment of the percentages 
against district and regional basketball tourna- 
ment receipts. 

The Commissioner read a letter which Presi- 
dent Combs had received from the 57th District 
principals and coaches, objecting to the assess- 
ment made against district and reffinnal basket- 
ball tournament receipts. The Board had already 
stated its position concerning the assessments for 
the 1972 tournaments. 

Chairman Tom Mills of the Buikling Com- 
mittee stated that hopefully the new buildin? 
would be ready for occupancy within the next 
^ew weeks. 

Chairman Richard Vincent of the Personnel 



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Page Eleven 



and Policy Committee reported that his commit- 
tee had no report to make at the present time. 

There was a discussion of possible new pro- 
posals to be submitted by the Boai'd at the forth- 
coming 1972 Delegate Assembly. No action was 
taken on these proposals at the present time. 

Arthur R. Hawkins moved, seconded by Frank 
B. Simpson, that all bills of the Association for 
the period beginning December 1, 1971, and end- 
ing December 31, 1971, be allowed. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 

A Simple Word Called "Respect" 

EDITOR'S NOTE: 

The interscholastic athletic program seives 
best when coaches and officials have respect for 
each other. In many areas there has been a de- 
lerioration of respect between coaches and offi- 
cials and, as a result, the program has suffered. 
The following presentation reprinted from the 
March, 1971 edition of the MISSOURI HIGH 
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES JOURNAL describes the 
foundation upon which each respect must be de- 
veloped and explains why it is so necessary. 
Clifford B. Fagan, Editor 
National Federation Publications 

More and more in our fast paced society to- 
day, respect for individuals and their rights are 
becoming a forgotten item. Less and less respect 
is being shown in this world toward our fellow 
man. It's an "Everybody for Himself," a "Blame 
it on the Other Guy" type of philosophy that 
seems to be gripping many individuals in our so- 
ciety. 

Perhaps this is being shown with shocking 
reality in regards to officials and coaches, not only 
on the professional level, but on the interscholas- 
tic level as well. Too little respect is shown the 
game official today by members of the coaching 
profession. However, by the same token the of- 
ficial no longer seems to have the confidence in 
the coach that he once held. Just a short time ago, 
the official and coach gave each other the benefit 
of the doubt concerning their abihty to perform 
the duties that each was being hired and paid to 
do. Now it seems that each has already been judg- 
ed by the other before he steps foot on the field 
or floor to perform that duty. That's a shame, be- 
cause each has a duty and a responsibiUty not 
only to themselves, and to each other, but to the 
young men with whom they come in contact. The 
simple word "respect" has too many times been 
forbotten by both parties before the athletic con- 
test even begins. 

Neither has an easy job. Yet both must be 
capable of handling the job they have undertaken 
or they should not have accepted the responsibility 
of the position. 

Perhaps some of this lack of respect for the 
other comes from the fact that one of the parties 
has never been as the saying goes "On the other 
side of the fence." The official may have never 
coached and the coach may have never officiated. 
An athletic coach is a special breed of man. 
He must be, for he deals with many problems 
that will never arise for the ordinary man in his 
Ufetime. The coach deals with the emotions of 
human beings. He comes in close contact with the 
lives of the young men who have been placed in 
his trust. His job is a big one. Some coaches meet 
the challenge, some never quite make it. 

A coach must reach inside of each young man 
and see what makes him tick. He must attempt 
to help him overcome his faults and shortcomings. 
He must help him accept responsibility. He must 
teach him how to lose as well as how to win. 



Not everyone can win, but everybody can be a 
winner. 

On top of all the emotional problems that may 
confront him, the coach must teach the young 
man the basic fundamentals of the sport involved. 
He must attempt to get his team ready for at 
least one game a week and, perhaps, more during 
the season. He must teach them the httle things 
that win games. The blocking and tackUng, the 
hitting and fielding, etc. These are the things that 
turn defeat into victory. 

First of all however, he must take that young 
man before a ganie and attempt to fire him up to 
the point that he will perform to the best of his 
abihty. Here again he deals with a tricky prob- 
lem, the emotions of human beings. The coach 
must know the capabihties of ids players, his 
team and himself. He must know what they can 
do and what they cannot do. Perhaps in this Ues 
the secret of coaching in interscholastics. 

The official must also know his capabihties. 
He must be ready and able to work each athletic 
contest as if it were for the state championsliip. 
He must be "up" for each game, because his de- 
cisions, his split second judgment calls, will have 
a bearing on the atliletic contest that is unfolding 
before him. 

Just as a coach is a basic part of each athletic 
contest, so is the official who must uphold the 
rules of the game. In a strange way, they need 
each other. A team cannot play without a coach. 
Just as a game could not be played without of- 
ficials. 

It makes you wonder why they do not re- 
spect each other. Perhaps, as we mentioned ear- 
her, it is because each does not really understand 
how hard the job is that the other is doing. 

An official must at aU times be in position 
to make the proper calls in an athletic contest 
that he works. An official must earn the respect 
of the coach and the young men who he has 
under his protection. This can be attained only by 
being in good physical shape, having a good 
knowledge of the rules that govern the sport in- 
volved and then applying this knowledge to each 
individual game to the best of his ability. 

Too many officials forget what it means to 
have "pride" in something you do. Proper me- 
chanics are often termed as "old fashion" by some 
officials, yet proper mechanics can do much to- 
ward maintaining complete control of a basket- 
ball, football, or baseball game. 

An official should have pride in himself from 
the time he walks into the school until the time 
he leaves. Pride is not being self-centered or 
stuck-up. Pride is having the knowledge to do a 
job and then having the courage and confidence 
to do that job to the best of your abihty. A httle 
pride never hurt anyone. It goes a long way to- 
ward earning respect. 

An official should never be late for a con- 
test. He should be early, and he should be ready 
for the job that he has before him. It's not an easy 
task. Let's face reahty. Many officials have spent 
their day working hard at a job that is perhaps 
as far from officiating as it can be. Then they 
must rush home, grab a bite to eat and take off 
for the site of the game. Maybe they spend the 
better part of an hour or two driving" to that site. 
Then they must hurry up and dress and be ready 
by the time they must be on the floor. This com- 
pares with the coach, who has spent his day teach- 
ing classes, then he must either take another two 
hours of his time and perform his dutj' as a coach 
through practice sessions or he must rush home 
the night of the game and hke an official, grab a 
quick snack and be on his way back to the gym 
in time for the junior varsity game. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY 1972 



Both are not as relaxed as they couJd he had 
Ihey had the entire day to think about what would 
be going on that evening. Had thej' been able to 
perhaps rest a couple of hours that afternoon be- 
fore the game. But this is part of it. Each one 
must reach back in his hip pocket and come up 
with that extra strength to perform Iris duty as 
well as he is capable of doing so. If not, each 
should find another profession. 

For this reason, if for none other, the coach 
and official should respect each other. Each has 
his job to do and each must do it. Each has pres- 
sure on him, how he reacts to this pressure is 
what makes a good coach, a great one and an ade- 
quate official, an outstanding one. 

Each must remember that a group of young 
men have been placed at their disposal for a 
learning phase of their life that can be taught 
nowhere else. No place else can this athlete per- 
form against other young men of equal ability in 
a game of strength, stamina, and skill. 

No place else can he face the competition that 
he will face on an athletic field. How well he ad- 
justs from all this may well go back to what he 
leai'ns from his coach or the officials he comes in 
contact with. 

There was a time when a coach felt he had 
only to score more points to beat a team. Now 
many of them feel they must not only do this, but 
also must overcome the calls of the officials as 
well. "Looks Uke we're up against seven of them 
again tonight," is a statement often heard before 
a basketball game. 

Not so long ago, the official felt that a coach 
would have complete control of the young men 
at his command. Now he feels that he must con- 
trol 12 people instead of 10 in a basketball game. 
It's a shame that men fail to respect each other 
in this game of life. It could make everyone's job 
so much easier. 

— Missouri High School Activities Journal 



Sportsmanship Is Mandatory 

By Joseph Ferrie, Chairman 
NJASSP Athletics Committee 

Although many people think of interscholastic 
athletics as a "high school" program, I am more 
convinced each year that it is much more than 
that. Of course, the players are students in the 
high school, but the game is not played in a 
vacuum. The spectators who attend are not only 
high school students but pai-ents, other adults and 
large numbers of elementary school children. In 
fact, a high school football or basketball game is, 
in reality, a total community program and should 
be evaluated in that context. 

Consider for a few moments the game a few 
weeks ago where a football contest was played in 
a sportsmanlike and competitive fashion by the 
high school teams but was marred by the actions 
of a group of students, ages seven to thirteen. In 
this case and in a similar case last year, the trouble 
began after the teams had left the field and the 
coaches had shaken hands. Band members were 
harassed, the busses were deluged by mud and 
even stones — not by high school students, but by 
sixth, seventh or eighth graders. 

Last winter, when fighting broke out after a 
hard-fought basketball game, the real culprits 
were "drop outs" and graduates who were there 
because that's "where the action is!" 

The teams, coaches and officials are some- 
times to blame; the high school students, _ the 
teachers and even administrators are sometimes 



at fault, but it is the entire school system and 
often the community which is responsible for the 
mjuries to innocent victims and it is the school 
system and the community which suffers the 
smeared reputation. Isn't it high time that we 
looked at the problem in all its aspects'? 

In the high school, the principal and the ath- 
letic director talk to the students about good 
sportsmanship and what fair play means, how a 
visiting team should be treated as guests in the 
home and how officials should be treated with 
respect. All of this is not enough. 

There is much work to be done in the lower 
grades and in the community. It is absolutely es- 
sential that everyone understands that all fans 
have obligations — that the spectators represent the 
school as much as the athletes do. All fans should 
know, too, that courteous treatment is more than 
just the handshake of a coach. It includes the 
treatment accorded to the team, the band and all 
the spectators as they pass through the streets or 
visit the school. It includes the conduct of fans as 
the basketball player attempts a crucial foul shot, 
or as the rival cheerleaders attempt to encourage 
their own team. But there is so much that needs 
to be understood about good sportsmanship that it 
ought to be taught at all levels and in aU seasons. 

I would urge that we stress courtesy and 
sportsmanship in assemblies, in the elementary 
and middle schools. Wherever feasible, we should 
soUcit help from the communications media to 
reach the community. Most newspapers and radio 
stations are quite willing to give their cooperation. 
The job in this day of protests and dissension is a 
difficult one. but it can be done if we all recognize 
that athletics is a total community activity and 
good sportsmanship applies to everyone. 



1972 Regional Tournament Sites 

(1) Murray State University, (2) Madisonville- 
North Hopkins High School, (3) Owensboro 
Sportscenter, (4) "Western Kentucky University, 
(5) Marion County High School, (6) Freedom Hall, 
(7) Freedom Hall, (8) Henry County High School, 
(9) Conner High School, (10) Mason County High 
School, (11) U. K. Coliseum, (12) "Wayne County 
High School, (13) Middlesboro High School, (14) 
Breathitt High School, (15) Prestonsburg High 
School, (16) Morehead State University. 



Cooperalion . . . 

In shooing flies or hauling freight 
"Tis wiser to cooperate. 
For better work is sooner done 
"When we take hold and work as one. 
Now that's the truth, all horses know; 
They learned it centuries ago; 
"When days are hot and flies are thick 
Cooperation does the trick. 
One tail on duty at the rear 
Can't reach the flies behind the ear; 
But two tails, if arranged with craft. 
Give full protection, fore and aft. 
Now fools pursue the lonely course. 
But wise men emulate the horse; 
Two make a burden half as great. 
So, use "horse sense" — cooperate! 

— AnonymoiLS. 



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Randy Cotton. Third Row: Rick LeMaster, Eddie Davis, Terry Eustice, Vaughn 
Cordle, Coach Ron Becker. 



Official Orean of tlie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

MARCH 1972 




Modern Ides of March 



The gym lighls gleam like a beacon beam 
And a million motors hum 

In a good will flight on a Friday night: 
For basketball beckons, "Cornel" 



A sharp-shooting mite is king tonight. 

The Madness of March is running. 
The winged feet fly, the ball sails high 

And field goal hunters are gunning. 



The colors clash as silk suits flash 
And race on a shimmering floor. 

Repressions die, and partisans vie 
In a goal acclaiming roar. 



On Championship Trail toward a holy grail. 
All fans are birds of a feather. 

It's fiesta night and cares lie light 
When the air is full of leather. 



Since time began, the instincts of man 
Prove cave and current men kin. 

On tournament night the sage and the wight 
Are relatives under the skin. 



It's festival time, — sans reason or rhyme 
But with nationwide appeal. 

In a world of hate, our ship of state 
Rides high on an even keel. 



With war nerves tense, the final defense 
Is the courage, strength and will 

In a million lives where freedom thrives 
And liberty lingers still. 



Let commies clash and empires crash 
'Neath the wreck of a victory archl 

Let our boys tread where hate is dead, — 
In this happy Madness of March! 

— H. V. Porter. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIV— NO. 8 



MARCH, 1972 



$1.00 Per Year 



The "Frantic Fan" 

Dear- Frantic: 

If someone were to ask you what represents the 
greatest peril to the survival of high school sports, 
you might say specialization, overemphasis, offi- 
cials, coaches, administrators. But you would be 
wrong. 

For the greatest peril to the continuation of in- 
terscholastic athletics is none of those reasons. It 
is you, my friend, you, the frantic fan. 

Specialization and overemphasis can, and is, be- 
ing curbed, officials trained, coaches and adminis- 
trators guided, but you, Mr. Fan, you answer to no 
one; no one, that is, until a program has been 
ruined, students penalized, young images shat- 
tered, all because you didn't control yourself. 

Perhaps it's not all your fault, perhaps you have 
never been exposed to proper spectator decorum. 
At any rate, a few definitive guidelines may serve 
to protect the program and at the same time ena- 
ble you to better enjoy whatever contest you are 
viewing. 

High school athletics were not developed as a 
sounding board for your immaturity, not devel- 
oped as a vehicle on which you may "let off 
steam," rid yourself of "frustrations." etc. This is 
fine in professional sports, as you are paying a 
premium price to vent your emotions on athletes 
that are paid a premium salary to put up with 
your antics. 

However, your token payment to an inter- 
scholastic contest, often less than a dollar, entitles 
you to one thing — the privilege of watching the 
more talented students of two schools exhibit 
what they have learned in the athletic classroom. 

For the athletic field, court or diamond is mere- 
ly an extension of the classroom, and if it were 
any different there would be little reason for in- 
terscholastic athletics to survive. 

You would not think of entering a math, history 
or english classroom, flask on hip, and berate, 
often curse and physically abuse the math, history 
or english teacher. Yet, all too frequently you 
think nothing of harassing players and coaches in 
their classroom, the athletic classroom. 

High school administrators have always given 
you the benefit of the doubt, Mr. Fan, sometimes 
because you were a player's parent, or an influ- 
ential citizen. However, you should be on notice 
that administrators can no longer tolerate your 
childish, immature behavior, whether .you are a 
recent graduate, a parent or a resident of the 
community in which the school is located. 

If, indeed, you are sincerely interested in the 
continuation of interscholastic athletics, then keep 
a few basic points in mind. 

1. There is no such thing as a "right" to partici- 
pate in interscholastic athletics. Math, history, 
english, physical education and certain other sub- 
jects are mandated by the proper authorities, and 
each student has a "right" to be properly exposed 
to them. 

Not so with interscholastic athletics — they are a 
"privilege" — and the player or spectator who 
takes advantage of this "privilege" is expected to 



conduct himself or herself in a way so that the 
"privilege" is not rescinded. 

2. Your team does not belong to the communi- 
ty. It belongs to the school, and that school has 
voluntarily agreed to abide by a certain set of 
rules, so that all athletes may compete under the 
same standards. If these rules offend any special 
interest groups or individuals to the point where 
they cannot conduct themselves in a rational 
manner, then, by all means, these persons should 
direct all their energies toward some other level 
of athletics, but not the high school level. 

3. Accept the fact that all high school athletes 
makes mistakes. They are not perfect, and never 
will be. There is compensation though, for these 
same mistakes make high school athletics excit- 
ing and unpredictable. 

4. Remember that your coach is also a teacher. 
He is a teacher first, and coach second, and any 
time you join the misguided souls in tr>"- 
ing to reverse this order, your program is in the 
first stages of collapse. Remember, no coach, 
player or administrator wants to see a program 
fail. In most cases, failure can be attributed to 
the unrelenting, merciless pressure of vou, the 
fan, who played little or no part in the "building 
of the program. Small wonder that the high school 
coaching field has the highest turnover of any 
coaching level. 

5. Make an attempt to learn the rules of the 
game and then leave the officials alone. Unending 
time and effort is spent in the training of these 
officials so that a contest many proceed smoothly. 
Historically, the spectator who constantly criti- 
cizes game officials is ignorant of the rules under 
which the game is played. 

6. Finally, keep in mind that you are a guest 
of the school, and that while winning certainly an 
admirable goal, victory is hollow if it come's at 
the expense of morals, ethics and just plain com- 
mon sense. 

A beloved president once said that the world 
would soon forget his words, but remember the 
actions of his soldiers. 

As the years pass, the score of a contest be- 
comes relatively unimportant, sometimes forgot- 
ten. However, your conduct will remain ingrained 
forever in the minds of those who were most af- 
fected. 

Will they be proud or ashamed? The choice is 
yours!! 

— I. C. M. in the Pennsylvania PA'THELETE 



New K.H.S.A.A. Building 

On February 2 the staff of the K.H.S.A.A. moved 
to the new Association building located at 560 
East Cooper Drive, Lexington. Administrators and 
coaches of member schools are invited to visit the 
new facilities at the first opportunity. The need 
for a larger building and more parking space has 
been evident for a long period of time, and this 
problem now appears to be solved. The new build- 
ing is one of which all member school representa- 
tives may be proud. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1972 



VOL. XXXIV — NO. 8 MARCH, 1972 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Pubhcation, Lexington, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

.Assistant Editor J. B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington. Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Morton Combs (1968-1972). Carr Creek 

Vice-President James T. Dotson (1968-1972), Pikevilie 

Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974). Valley Station; 
William C. Doan (1971-1975). Cvnthiana; Arthur Hawkins 
(1972-1975). Mt. Sterling: Lee T. Mills (1969-1973), Frank- 
tort; Frank B. Simpson (1972-1975) Louisville; Richard 
Vincent (1969-1973). Sturgis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975). 
Owensboro; Roy L. Winchester (1970-19741, Bethlehem. 
Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 

c-^tom. ike (^i^HttHisiienet * Lyfjitre 



REPORTS NOW DUE 

1. 1971-72 Basketball Participation List 

2. School's Report on Basketball Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



Spring Meets 

Tentative (dates have been set for the various 
spring meets and tournaments in rifle marksman- 
ship, baseball, track, golf and tennis. They are as 
follows: 

April 22, State Rifle Championship 

May 15, regional golf tournaments (sites given 
below) 

May 16-19. district baseball tournaments (sites 
given below) 

May 20. regional track meets (sites given in the 
February issue of the ATHLETE) 

May 23-24, state golf tournaments 

May 25-27, regional baseball tournaments (sites 
given below) 

May 27, state track meets 

May 30-31, Boys' Individual State Golf Tourna- 
ment 

June 2-3, regional tennis tournaments (sites 
given below) 

June 6-8, State Baseball Tournament 

June 9-10, State Tennis Tournament 



Atlenlion, Principals! 

Under the requirements of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 
29-3, head baseball coaches and registered base- 
ball officials are required to attend at least one 
rules interpretation clinic. 

The schedule for the baseball clinics is given 
below. Principals of member schools sponsoring 
baseball teams should not allow their teams to 
begin their 1972 schedules unless there has been 
compliance with the rule mentioned. 

Clinic Schedule 

March 19 (2:00 P. M.)— Butler High School 
March 20 (7:00 P. M.)— Mayfield H. S., Hopkins- 
ville Com. College, Crittenden County H. S., 
Henderson County H. S., Hughes-Kirk H. S., 
Bowling Green (Res. Hill), Elizabethtown H. S., 
Washington County H. S., Campbellsville H. S., 
Butler H. S.. Shelby County H. S., Beechwood 
H. S.. Montgomery County H. S., Somerset H. S., 
Laurel County H. S., Hazard H. S., Johnson 
Central H. S., Rowan County H. S., Ashland 
Com. College 



March 21 (7:00 P. M.)— Paducah Tilghman H. S. 

March 22 (7:00 P. M.)— Murray Middle School, 
Russellville H. S., Madisonville H. S., Owensboro 
H. S., Ohio County H. S., Glasgow H. S., Met- 
calfe Countv H. S., Elizabethtown H. S., Frank- 
fort City Hall, Mavsville H. S., Henry Clay 
H. S., Garrard County H. S., Somerset H. S., 
Clay County H. S.. Whitesburg H. S., Pikevilie 
H. S., Rowan County H. S. 

March 23 (7:00 P. M.)— Ashland Com. College 



ANNUAL MEETING SPEAKER 




Lyman V. Ginger 

Speaker at the dinner meeting of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, scheduled to be 
held in the Ballroom of the Seelbach Hotel, Louis- 
ville, on Thursday evening, April 13, 1972, will be 
Dr. Lyman V. Ginger, State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction. 

Lyman Ginger is one of the outstanding educa- 
tors in the nation. He was President of the Ken- 
tucky Education Association for two terms. He 
worked with both professional and general civic 
leaders of the State in the intensive drive which 
led to the Constitutional Amendment making pos- 
sible the Minimum Foundation Program Law, and 
in developing that Law and supporting its enact- 
ment. He has demonstrated his leadership by 
service as: 

President. National Education Association and 
N.E.A. Treasurer for three terms; 

Representative to international conferences on 
education; 

Representative of the United States at the Third 
Asian Leadership Training Seminar, Singapore, 
1967; 

Secretary to the U. S. Delegation to the "World 
Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching 
Profession, Dublin, Ireland, 1968; 

Member of a UNESCO Education Committee for 
four years; 

Lecturer and speaker in presenting more than 
500 addresses to educational groups in almost all 
of the fifty states, and in five foreign countries 
since 1952. 

Dr. Ginger has been a Science teacher and ath- 
letic coach, the Principal of a consolidated school, 
the Principal of University High School, Director 
of the 12-grade University School, the Director of 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1972 



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student teaching at the University of Kentucky, 
U. K. Dean of the College of Adult and Extension 
Education, and U. K. Dean of the College of Edu- 
cation. 

Discharging his responsibilities as a citizen in 
his home community and state, Dr. Ginger has 
been a State Chairman for the March of Dimes, a 
Director of the Lexington Y.M.C.A., Sunday 
School Superintendent for the Maxwell Street 
Presbyterian Church, President of the United 
Community Fund of Lexington, a member of the 
U. K. Athletics Board, a member of the Lexington 
Junior Achievement Board of Directors, and Pres- 
ident of the Lexington Kiwanis Club. He is a 
Mason and a Shriner. For seven yeai's he was a 
member of the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control, be- 
ing President of the Board for six years. 



BASEBALL 

Murray Region 

Carlisle County District — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Fulton. Fulton County, Hickman 
County 

Mayfield District — Farmington, Mayfield, Win- 
go 

Murray District — Benton, Calloway County, 
Murray, North Marshall, South Marshall 

St. Mary District — Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary- 
Fort Campbell District — Christian County, 
Dawson Springs, Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville, 
Trigg County 

Caldwell County District — Caldwell County, 
Crittenden County, Fredonia, Livingston Central, 
Lyon County 

Madisonville Region 

Henderson District — Henderson, Henderson 
County, Providence, Union County, Webster 
County 

Daviess County District — Daviess County, 
Livermore, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Trin- 
ity (Whitesville) 

Madisonville District — Calhoun, Earlington, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Sacramento, South 
Hopkins, West Hopkins 

Hughes-Kirk District — Bremen, Central City, 
Drakesboro, Graham, Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, 
Muhlenburg Central 

Breckinridge County District — Breckinridge 
County, Fordsville, Frederick Fraize, Hancock 
County, Ohio County 

Leitchfield District — Butler County, Caney- 
ville, Clarkson, Edmonson County, Leitchfield 
Greensburg Region 

Russellville District — Adairville, Auburn, 
Chandlers Chapel, Lewisburg, Olmstead, Russell- 
ville, Todd Central 

Bowling Green District — Bowling Green, 
Franklin-Simpson, Warren Central. Warren East 

Glasgow District — Austin-Tracy, Allen Coun- 
ty, Glasgow, Hiseville, Park City. Scottsville. 
Temple Hill 

Metcalfe County District — Clinton County, 
Cumberland County, Gamaliel, Metcalfe County, 
Tompkinsville 

Elizabethtown District — East Hardin, Eliza- 
bethtown. Fort Knox, Meade County, North Har- 
din, West Hardin 

Greensburg District — Caverna, Hart County, 
Greensburg, LaRue County 

Campbellsville District — Adair County, Camp- 
bellsville, Marion County, Taylor County 

Bardstown District — Bardstown, Bullitt Cen- 
tral, Nelson County, Washington County 



Jefferson County Region 

Doss District — Doss, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, 
Valley 

Bishop David District — Bishop David, Butler, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Western 

Flaget District — Central, Flaget, Portland 
Christian, Shawnee 

Southern District — DeSales, Iroquois, Southern, 
Tliomas Jefferson 

Durrett District — Durrett, Fern Creek, Jeffer- 
sontown, Marion C. Moore 

St. Xavier District — Ahrens, duPont Manual, 
Louisville Male, St. Xavier 

Louisville Country Day District — Atherton, 
Louisville Country Day, Seneca, Trinity 

Westport District — Ballard, Eastern, Kentucky 
Academy, Waggener, Westport 

Newport Region 

Owen County District — Carroll County, Em- 
inence, Gallatin County, Henry County, Owen 
County, Trimble County 

Boone County District — Boone County, Con- 
ner, Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memorial, St. Henry, 
Simon-Kenton 

Holy Cross District — Beechwood, Covington 
Catholic, Holmes, Holy Cross, Ludlow 

Newport Catholic District — Bellevue, Dayton, 
Newport, Newport Catholic 

Silver Grove District — Bishop Brossart, Camp- 
liell County, Highlands, St. Thomas, Silver Grove 

Grant County District — Grant County, Pendle- 
ton County, Walton-Verona, Williamstown 

Mason County District — Augusta, Deming, 
Fleming County, Lewis County, Mason County, 
Maysville, St. Patrick, Tollesboro 
Lexington Region 

Oldham County District — Oldham County, 
Shelby County, Shelbyville, Taylorsville 

Franklin County District — Frankfort, Frank- 
lin County, Georgetown, Scott County 

Harrodsburg District — Anderson County, Har- 
rodsburg, Mercer County, Western (Sinai), Wood- 
ford County 

Harrison County District — Bourbon County, 
Harrison County, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Nicholas County, Paris. 

Lexington District — Bryan Station, Henry 
Clav, Lafayette. Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates 
Creek 

Boyle County District — Boyle County, Dan- 
\-ille," Garrard County, Jessamine County, Ken- 
tucky School for the Deaf 

Cascv County District— Casey County, Crab Or- 
chard, Hustonville, McKinney. Memorial. Stanford 

Richmond District — Berea Community, Estill 
County, Madison, Madison Central, Model 
Somerset Region 

Somerset District — Burnside, Eubank, Mt. Ver- 
non, Nancy. Pulaski County, Somerset 

Russell County District — McCreary County, 
Monticello, Pine Knot, Russell County 

Laurel County District — Clay County, Jackson 
County, Laurel County, Oneida Institute 

Lee County District — Hazel Green Academy, 
Lee County, Owsley County, Powell County. 
Wolfe County 

Lone Jack District — Barbourville, Bell County, 
Corbin, Lone Jack, Middlesboro, Whitley County 

Cawood District — Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, 
James A. Cawood, Lynch 

Hindman District — Carr Creek, Fleming-Neon, 
Hindman, Jenkins, Knott County, Letcher, River- 
side Christian, Whitesburg 

Hazard District — Buckhorn, Combs Memorial, 
Hazard, Leatherwood, Leslie County, M. C. Napier 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1972 



Morehead Region 

Virgie District — Dorton. Millard, Mullins, Pike- 
ville, Virgie 

Elkhorn City District — Belfry, Elkhorn City, 
Feds Creek, Johns Creek, Phelps 

McDowell District — Betsy Layne, McDowell, 
Martin, Prestonsburg. Wayland, Wheelwright 

Paintsville District — Ezel. Johnson Central, 
Morgan County, Paintsville, Salyersville, Warfield 

Ashland District — Boyd County, Catlettsburg, 
Fairview, Holy Family, Louisa. Paul G. Blazer 

Russell District — Greenup, McKell, Raceland, 
Russell, Wurtland 

Morehead District — Breckinridge University, 
East Carter, Rowan County, West Carter 

Bath County District — Bath County, George R. 
Clark, Menifee County, Montgomery County, Mt. 
Sterling 

GOLF FOR GIRLS 

Princeton Region — Caldwell County, Central 
City, Greenville, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Mayfield, Owensboro, St. Mary 

Bowling Green Region — Allen County, Bowl- 
ing Green, Elizabethtown, Glasgow, Greensburg, 
Hancock County, Hart County. Metcalfe County. 
North Hardin, Scottsville. Tompkinsville 

Louisville Region — Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Kentucky Home School, Loretto, Sacred 
Heart, Waggener 

Carroll County Region — Boone County, Camp- 
bell County, Carroll County, Dixie Heights, Old- 
ham County, Owen County 

Frankfort Region — Franklin County, Shelby- 
ville, Woodford County 

Lexington Region — George R. Clark, Harrison 
Countv, Lafavette, Model. Mt. Sterling. Tates 
Creek 

Corbin Region — Boyle County. Corbin, Dan- 
ville, Harlan, Lynch, Middlesboro, Stanford 

Ashland Region — Mason County, Maysville, 
Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer. Prestonsburg, St. Pat- 
rick 

GOLF FOR BOYS 

Princeton Region — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell 
County, Christian County, Crittenden County, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton. Fulton County, Hickman 
County. Hopkinsville, Mayfield, Murray, North 
Marshall, Paducah Tilghman, Lone Oak, St. Mary. 

Owensboro Region — Apollo, Breckinridge 
County, Central City, Daviess County. Greenville, 
Hancock County, Henderson, Henderson County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins. Meade County, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. Provi- 
dence. Union County 

Park City Region — Adair County. Allen Coun- 
ty. Bowling Green, Bullitt Central, Caverna, Clin- 
ton County. East Hardin, Edmonson County, Eliza- 
bethtown, Fort Knox. Glasgow. Greensburg. Hart 
County. LaRue County. Metcalfe County, North 
Hardin, Park City, Russellville, Scottsville, Tomp- 
kinsville 

West Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Bishop David, 
Butler, DeSales, Doss, Flaget. Iroquois, Marion C. 
Moore. Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Southern, 
Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Atherton, Ballard, du- 
Pont Manual, Durrett, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jef- 
fersontown, Kentucky Academy, Louisville Coun- 
try Day, Louisville Male, St. Xavier, Seneca, Trin- 
ity, Waggener 

Covington Region — Beechwood, Carroll County, 
Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Eminence, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, Si- 



mon-Kenton. Trimble County 

Maysville Region — Bishop Brossart. Boone 
County. Campbell County, Dayton. Fleming Coun- 
ty, Grant County, Highlands, Mason County, 
Maysville, Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton 
County, St. Patrick, Silver Grove, Williamstown 

Frankfort Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, George R. Clark, 
Georgetown, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Henry 
County. Lafayette. Montgomery County, Mt. 
Sterling, Oldham County, Paris, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Shelbyville, Tates Creek, Taylors- 
ville, Woodford County 

Stanford Region — Anderson County, Bards- 
town, Boyle County, Burgin. Casey County, Dan- 
ville, Harrodsburg, Jessamine County, McCreary 
County, Marion County, Mercer County, Nelson 
County, Russell County, Stanford, Washington 
County 

London Region — Berea Community, Burnside, 
Corbin, Cumberland, Harlan, Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Lee County. Lynch. Madison Central. 
Middlesboro. Model, Monticello, Pineville, Somer- 
set, Wayne County, Williamsburg 

Paintsville Region — Belfry. Boyd County, Elk- 
horn City, Fairview. Hindman. Jenkins. Johnson 
Central. Louisa. McKell. Paintsville. Paul G. 
Blazer. Pikeville. Prestonsburg. Russell, University 
Breckinridge, Wurtland 

RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

Millersburg Military Institute. Owensboro, Paul 
G. Blazer. Stuart, Thomas Jefferson 

TENNIS FOR GIRLS 

Murray Region — Christian County, Earlington, 
Henderson, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, May- 
field, Murray, Owensboro, Paducah Tilghman, St. 
Mary 

Glasgow Region — Apollo, Bowling Green, 
Campbellsville. Caverna, Elizabethtown, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Greensburg, Hart County, 
Olmstead. Russellville, Tompkinsville 

Louisville Region — Ahrens, Central, Iroquois, 
Kentucky Home School, Louisville Collegiate. 
Presentation 

West Jefferson Region — Angela Merici. Butler, 
Doss, Loretto, Marion C. Moore, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Southern, Stuart 

East Jefferson Region — Assumption, Ballard, 
Eastern, Fern Creek, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Shel- 
byville, Waggener, Westport 

Bellevue Region — Beechwood. Bellevue. Boone 
County. Conner. Highlands. Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial. Notre Dame, Villa Madonna 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bryan 
Station, Frankfort, Franklin County, George R. 
Clark. Georgetown, Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, 
Lafayette, Sayre, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Boyle County, Danville, 
Laurel County, Middlesboro, Model, Mt. Sterling, 
Paul G. Blazer, Prestonsburg, Russell, Somerset, 
University Breckinridge 

TENNIS FOR BOYS 

Murray Region — Caldwell County, Christian 
County, Henderson, Henderson County, Hopkins- 
ville, Lone Oak, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Mayfield, Murray, North Marshall. Paducah Tilgh- 
man. Providence, St. Mary 

Bowling Green Region — Adair County, Bowl- 
ing Green, Campbellsville, Caverna, FrankUn- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Greensburg, Hart County, Rus- 
sellville, Tompkinsville 

Fort Knox Region — ApoUo, Breckinridge 
County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Henry County, 



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LaRue County, Meade County, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Shelbyville 

West Jefferson Region — Bishop David, Butler, 
Doss, Marion C. Moore, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Southern, Stuart, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Ballard, Durrett, East- 
ern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Wag- 
gener, Westport 

Louisville Region — Ahrens, Central, DeSales, 
duPont Manual, Flaget, Louisville Country Day, 
St. Xavier, Shawnee, Trinity 

Bellevue Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bryan 
Station. Frankfort, Franklin County, George R. 
Clark, Georgetown, Henry Clay, Lafayette. Mil- 
lersburg Military Institute, Sayre, Tates Creek, 
Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Boyle County, Burnside, 
Danville, Harrodsburg, Laurel County, Middles- 
boro, Model. Montgomery County, Mt, Sterling. 
Paul G. Blazer. Prestonsburg, Russell, Somerset 



KAPOS NEWS 

ATTENTION! 

Principals and Cheerleader Sponsors! 

Is your school a paid-up member of KAPOS? 
If you are, and your school is the winner of your 
region, your c-heerleader squad will be eligible to 
compete for the top award: Outstanding Cheer- 
leader Squad in the State Tournament. 

Included in the packet that will be given 
(by the K.H.3.A.A.) to each winner in the reg- 
ional tournament finals will be a letter pertain- 
ing to cheerleaders. The letter will contain the 
information concerning the basis of selecting out- 
standing cheerleader squads, and will request that 
the principal send written confirmation that the 
cheerleaders <if his school are being chaperoned 
by a well-qualified, school-approved adult. The 
name of the sponsor should be included in this 
confirmation letter. The letter must be in the 
hands of the officially appointed KAPOS Board 
Member prior to the time that your cheerleaders 
take the floor for their first cheer. The KAPOS 
desk will be located in Freedom Hall on the main 
floor. There wil! always be some one there to take 
your letter and to counsel with you. 

Regislration For Cheerleaders 

Please stop by the KAPOS desk in Freedom 
Hall to: 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up your envelope which contains the 
KAPOS handbook and other tournament informa- 
tion. 

Along with a KAPOS board member there will 
be high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they 
may seek .vou or your cheerleaders to be inter- 
viewed by one of the radio commentators. In 
order to make their task easier, we are asking 
that you register your seat, row and section num- 
ber. A possible radio interview is often missed be- 
cause the guides can not locate the desired person 
in time for the interview. 

Hospitalily Room 

May we remind all sponsors and cheerleaders 
that KAPOS has a Hospitality Room located in 
Freedom Hall. Besides the opportunity to socialize 
with friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps to get 
help with your problems, you can have free re- 
freshments. Be sure to register when you come to 



the HospitaUty Room. 

State-al-Large and State Tournament Champions 

Beginning with the District Tournaments, all 
squads that are paid up members of KAPOS are 
eligible to compete for the honor of representing 
that District in their Region. The winner from each 
Region is eligible to compete for the title of 
Champion-of-the-State-at-Large. 

Judging for the State-at -Large winners wiU 
take place at 8:30 A.M. on Friday in the Atherton 
High School gymnasium. The school is centrally 
located at 3000 Dundee Road Louisville. We are 
most gi'ateful to the administrators for their gen- 
erosity in opening the doors of their school to us 
for this competitive event. We trust that they will 
have no cause to fault our behavior. All cheer- 
leaders and guests will be expected to be remind- 
ful that they are guests in the "home" of Atherton 
School. Dressing rooms and corridors should be 
left in impeccable condition. 

It is possible for the winner of the State Tourna- 
ment to be also the winner of the State-at-Lai'ge. 
The judging instrument to be used for the 
State-at-Large competition will be identical to 
the one used in the region. The instrument to 
be used for the State Tournament will be en- 
closed in the packet given out by the K.H.S.A.A. 
officials to the respective winners of the sixteen 
regions. 
Governor Ford Declares Sportsmanship Week 

While every week should be Good Sportsman- 
ship Week, KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at State Tourna- 
ment time. Being a good sport is part of being a 
good citizen. KAPOS doesn't believe that good 
citizens need to reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially fitting at 
tournament time to remind all citizens that it is a 
privilege to be able to attend the games, and that 
each individual can contribute to the success of 
the tournament if he will abide by the KAPOS 
Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Governor 

Ford. 

Sportsmanship 

There is more talk, more favorable publicity, 
and more recognition being given to the cheer- 
leaders now than ever before. This is good and as 
it should be. as their job is not an easy one. Their 
practice hours are long and strenuous. However, 
thev should keep in mind that the fans come pri- 
marily to see the team perform. They are the 
"Big Show." The cheerleaders are only the "Bark- 
ers." 

As with everything, there is a time and place for 
cheering. It is up to the cheerleader to develop a 
sensitivity as to when that time arrives. Many 
sponsors feel that unless cheerleaders learn to ad- 
here to the rules of propriety and respect for the 
rights of others, they are in danger of losing the 
interest and cooperation of both coaches and fans. 

The following is offered in the hope that, in 
learning to spell "COURTESY," cheerleaders will 
learn also to exhibit it. 

C — is for COURTESY, which for the host 
school should imply a welcome cheer, one that 
says Hello, Welcome, Hi! 

O — is for ONE, meaning one group on the 
floor at a time; you had your turn, now it is mine. 

U — is for UNITY, all cheerleaders doing the 
same; be ready, alert, don't delay the game. 

R — is for RUSH, hurry to get on the floor, 
there is but time for one yell, no more. 

T — is for TIME-OUT, the referee has the ball; 
give a yell, be quick, don't stall. 

E — is to ERR on the choice of your yell: if 



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long and complicated it will delay the timer's bell. 

S — is for SHARING every otlier time to give a 
cheer; adhere to this rule or else you be unpopu- 
lar. I fear. 

y — is to sav YES, a pledge I will gladly make 
ever COURTEOUS to be. even though the cham- 
pionship may be at stake! 

Summer Cheerleader Clinic 

Junior High — Senior High 

(Clinic I, July 9-13) (Clinic II, July 16-20) 

Both chnics will be held on the University of 
Kentucky campus. The two groups will be housed 
separately. Classes and lectures will be geared to 
the interest and ability of the respective groups. 

Brochures giving details of the clinic can be 
obtained at the State Tournament KAPOS booth 
or by contacting Mrs. Grace Fragstein (Lafayette 
High School). Mrs. Milly Rodes (Transylvania Col- 
lege), and Mrs. Stella S. Gilb (University of Ken- 
tucky), all addressed to University Station Box 
650, "University, Lexington, Ky. 40506. 

Note lo all Administrators 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in re- 
leasing teaching personnel to assist with the many 
tasks necessary to keep this organization function- 
ing effectivelj'. Again, we need judges, motel 
chaperones, and personnel to man booths at the 
motel and at Freedom Hall. This involves at 12 to 
16 people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated women who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their ad- 
ministrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is seek- 
your understanding and cooperation should you 
be asked to release a teacher from her duties to 
help carry on the work that KAPOS is doing to 
make cheerleading a worthwhile educational ex- 
perience in the State of Kentucky. 

Awarding of Trophies 

State Champion-at-Large: The winner will re- 
ceive the Ted Sanford trophy while the runner-up 
will receive the Jane Meyer trophy. Ribbons will 
be given for honorable mention. These awards 
will be given during the halftime of the first game 
Friday afternoon. 

State Tournament: Winner, first place trophy; 
runner-up, second place trophy; honorable men- 
tion, ribbon. These awards will be given at the 
close of the final game on Saturday night. All 
cheerleaders are asked to wear their uniforms and 
to assemble in the KAPOS Hospitality Room dur- 
ing the half-time of the final game. All Cheer- 
leaders will then proceed to one of the end en- 
trances where the winners will have easy access 
to the playing floor. 

Sponsors of the competing 16 cheerleaders 
groups are asked to come to the floor with their 
squads. Besides getting the recognition you so well 
deserve, it is another way of letting the public 
know that cheerleading is important enough in 
the school's curriculum to merit a well-qualified 
"sponsor-coach-chaperon." 

Reminder 

It is time to send in credentials for scholarship 
candidates. You too, may have a potential scholar- 
ship winner. Get your applications in early. 'Write 
our President, Mrs. Grace Fragstein, Lafayette 
High School, Lexington, Kentucky 40503, for ap- 
plication forms, or pick them up at the KAPOS 
booth in Freedom Hall. 
Grace W. Fragstein 
President, KAPOS 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled March 1) 

Conn. Delano, Box 126. Allen, 874-2225 

Cothron. David R.. Box U Brockton, Richmond 

Kirk. Walter C, Rt. 1, Box 78-17, Ashland. 928-9402. 325- 

7:i88 
Tegethoff Kennetli E.. Rt. 2, Box 228, Henderson, 827-3944, 

827-2506 
Wilhke Fred C. 5:!41 Plumridsc. Cincinnati. Ohio. 922- 

7404, :i71-8B32 

SUPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled March 1) 

Austin. Gary. :!411 Deerwood Drive, New Albany. Indiana. 

944-2824. 944-2216 
Ordwav. George A., 1176-B Centre Pkwy., Lexington. 272- 

1592 
Pisa, August James. Box 384. Cadiz, 522-3112. 522-9904 

State Wrestling Tournament 

The 1972 State High School 'Wresting Tourna- 
ment was held at the Seneca High School on Febr- 
uary 18-19. The 'Woodford County High School, 
with 67 '2 points, won the tournament. The North 
Hardin High School was second with 51 points, 
and the Hopkinsville High School was third with 
4612 points. Ken 'Wright of the Ballard High 
School was named the meet's most outstanding 
wrestler. 

The tournament was managed by 'Wrestling 
Committee Chairman Orville 'Williams of the Sen- 
eca High School. It was the ninth tournament 
sponsored by the K.H.S.A.A. 

Teams which scored finished in this order: 1- 
Woodford County, 67 '2; 2-North Hardin. 51; 3- 
Hopkinsville, 46 'j: 4-Fern Creek, 43; 5-Ballard, 
42i->; 6-Trinity, 31; 7-Fort Campbell, 30; 8-'Wag- 
gener, 29 'o; 9-Flaget, 28'2: 10-Christian County, 
Campbell County, 24; 12-Frankfort, 20; 13-Tates 
Creek, 19; 14-Pleasure Ridge Park, 18i'2; 15-New- 
port Cathohc, Seneca, 17; 17-Paducah Tilghman, 
11; IB-'West Hardin, 8; 19-Caldwell County. 6; 20- 
Boone County, Doss, 5; 22-Conner, Jessamine 
County, 4; 24-Harrison County 3y2; 25-Lafayette, 
St. Xavier, 3; 27-Bryan Station, Danville, Fort 
Knox, 2; 30-Oldham County, 1. 

Medals were awarded to the first three places 
in each class. These winners were as follows: 

98 lb. — Steve Goldberg, 'Waggener; Marty 
Smith, North Hardin; Tony Harris, Hopkinsville. 

105 lb.— Greg Skeeters, North Hardin: Jeff Elh- 
son. Fern Creek; Darrell Fuller, Campbell County 

112 lb. — Chester Ma.ssie. Flaget; Steve Hillock, 
'Woodford County; Mike Wright, Ballard 

119 lb. — Jack Wood, Woodford County; Arthur 
Forman, North Hardin; Chester Leavell, Hopkins- 
ville 

126 lb. — Ken Wright, Ballard; Alan Boyd, Fort 
Campbell; Randy Cotton. Woodford County 

132 lb. — Tim Harrod, Frankfort; Steve Bryant, 
Fort Campbell; Rick Burdon, Pleasure Ridge Park 

138 lb. — Jeff Fitch, Woodford County; Charles 
Beltz, North Hardin: Randy Sears, Campbell Coun- 
ty 

145 lb. — Tracy Davis, Fern Creek; Arnie Guy, 
Woodford County; Don Schmitz, Harrison County 

155 lb. — Frank McWilliams. Christian County; 
Kent Parrent, Hopkinsville; Mike Meador, Fern 
Creek 

167 lb. — Arthur Noonan. Waggener; Bill 
Campbell, Ballard; Chuck Melville, Newport 
Catholic 

18.') lb. — Dennis Perkins, Trinity; Gary Zoller, 
Tales Creek; Al Jordan , Campbell County 

Unlimited — George Torain. Hopkinsville; Dale 
Young, Paducah Tilghman; Mike Bargatze, Flaget 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1972 



REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 1971-1972 

(List Compiled March 1) 

li one Iclephone number is given for an official listed, 
if is the home phone unless olherwise desig;ialed. If Iwo 
numbers are given the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Aekerman. Robert J., 2303 S. 5th Street, Ironton, Ohio 

532-8052 
Adams. Danny C. Rt. 1, Bo.\ 610, Salversville. 349-2356 
Adams. Jack, 6109 Fern Court. Ferncreek, 239-8123 637- 

6591 
Allison, Dennis C 201 Cliftwav Drive, Carlisle, 289-2293 

289-2221 
Anderson, Douglas L., 206 Candace, ■Campbells%'ille, 465- 

6717 
Anderson, Luther S,, Rt. 2, Liberty Heights, Carlisle, 289- 

2364, 289-2364 
Andress, William J.. 2039 New Linden Road, Newport 

581-;i832, 221-740U 
Asher, Ralph, Box 232, Olive Hill, 286-2081, 286-2081 
Ashley, Kennetli, Science Hill, 423-3215 
Atha, Daniel Ray, UPO Box 835, Morehead, 784-6284, 783- 

2221 
Atkinson. Tom, 419 Foxspring Avenue. Flemingsburg, 849- 

2233, 845-6601 
Audas. David. Dunmor, 657-2513 
Avers. Edward L., 625 Laramie Road, Lexington, 277-2333. 

277-1161, Ext, 44 
Back, Philip D., 98 S, Rosemont, Providence, 667-5649, 667- 

2411 
Baker, Paul W., 516 Perry Street, Greenup, 473-6311, 473- 

7251 
Baldwin, David. Box 383, Gravson. 474-5714, 474-9075 
Baldwin, Robert Michael, 373 4th Street, Paintsville. 789- 

5829 
Barker, Phillip Michael, Box 269, Olive Hill, 286-4402 
Barnes, Karl Allison. P. O, Box 115, Nortonville. 676-3334 
Bartels. John T,. 1344 Sixth Avenue, Davton, 581-4750, 

821-0728 
Baumann. Wilbur H., 103 Center Street, Wilder, Newport, 

431-7034, 261-3710 
Beach, Frankie L., Rt. 2, Box 45, Franklin, 586-3431, 586- 

4451, Ext. 45 
Beam, Jos. F., Jr., 116 Rosewood Drive, Bardstown, 348- 

5226 
Belcher. William Otis, LeJunior, 837-2509 
Bertsch, Ron, 65 Geiger Avenue, Bellevue, 581-5790, 

731-2012 
Biggerstaff, Ronnie, Box 411. Whitesburg, 633-2998, 633- 

2175 
Blair, Gene Randall, Box 224, Hmdman, 785-5844, 785-5844 
Blair, Kenneth, Hindman, 785-5844, 436-3158 
Blair, Larrv A., Box 224, Hindman, 785-5844, 278-6950 
Blandford. Steven, 120 E. Amherst, Louisville, 368-0302 
Bonny, Tliomas H., Rt. 3, Irvine, 723-2360, 723-3537 
Boyd, Bernle, 8691 Balboa Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 522- 

3510, 821-0285 
Branham. Mason, Jr.. Box 1, Grahn, 286-4363, 747-6456 
Brannock, Frank W., 253 Elmwood Drive, Lexington, 299- 

2154, 272-2411 
Brause, Allan R,, 859 W. N. Bend Road, Apt. 210, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, 242-0151, 761-4130, Ext. 270 
Brazell. Thomas L.. 2201 Madison, Paducah, 444-7588, 767- 

6714 
Brown. Billv C. 4704 B S. Parkway, Apt. 8. Louisville 

366-0985, 935-8298 
Brown. J. W.. 975 Waverly Drive, Lexington, 252-0954, 252- 

,3212 
Brown, Michael L., 104 Greenbriar. Lexington, 277-0346 
Burgess, Richard N., Box 452. Bardwell, 628-3527, 628-5411 
Burkeen, Tony. 659 Wakefield Avenue, Bowling Green, 

842-4182, 842-4182 
Butner. Billy M., Box 616, Lancaster, 792-3503, 925-2711 
Calhoun, Douglas Roger, Second Street, Gravson. 474-5411. 

474-5411 
Calvert, Eston, Box 393, Russell, 836-4475, 836-6274 
Camp, Tommy. Box 158. Barlow, 334-3356, 334-3555 
Campbell, Charles, Stella, 349-2699, 349-3333 
Carr, Billv W., 1003 Seng Avenue, Frankin, 586-6910, 586- 

3261 
Carroll, Joe E., Falcon, 349-3362, 349-3362 
Cash, Woodrow, Shadv Grove Tr. Ct., Calvert City, 395- 

4469 
Catlett. Anthonv Lee, Box 21, Sebree, 835-2102, 639-2651 
Cecil, Don, Rt. 1. Rinevville, 877-5877. 624-8357 
Centers, Mike, 4816 S. 3rd. =29, Louisville, 368-7035 
Chambers. Harold. Box 276. Edmonton, 432-2192. 432-2131 
Childers. Charles L.. Rt. 1. Box 424. Stanton, 663-2791, 663- 

4475 
Chinn, Clyde, 333 27th Street, Ashland, 324-5245, 325-4777, 

Ext. 229 
riavpool, Thomas W., Rt. 2, Owensboru, 684-8719 
Cline, Roy E., 1194 Lincoln, Louisville, 637-8249 
Coleman, Lloyd T., 1727 Cherry Lane, Shelbvville, 633-2579 
Collier, Doug, 4839 3rd Avenue, South Shore, 932-3267 
Collins, Hubert, Wittensville. 297-3152. 789-4215 



475 Florence Avenue. Falrborn, Ohio. 
Apt. :r51. 



Lex- 



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CoUinsworth, Kenneth E., Campion, 668-6877, 743-3705 
Combs, Jerald F., 318 Hazard Road, Whitesburg, 633-2376, 

633-2961 
Conley, Wendell, Salversville, 349-3527. 349-2531 
Cook, Raymond L.. Rt. 1, Box 315, Crestwood, 241-4083, 

222-1471 
Cooper, Willie V., 2206 Madison. Paducah, 443-3107, 444-7251 
Coovert, Mike, 223 Ridge Lane, Paducah, 898-3234. 443-8960 
Cornwell. James, 506 South Main, Franklin, 586-4327, 

586-4451 
Cottrell, David, 605 Shawnee Road, Danville, 236-3883, 236- 

6373 
Crager, Bobby F., 100 Clark Street, Flatwoods, 836-6069, 

836-5623 
Craft. Terry L., Ohio River Road, Greenup. 473-7582 
Crooks, Bobby Evans. 109 Merriwood Parkway, Hopkins- 

viUe, 886-8751 
Culp, Leo, 310 Norwood Avenue, Satellite Beach, Florida, 

262-4391, 443-1083 
Cunningham, Bobby Ray, Box 55, Pikeville, 432-1528 
Cupito. Russell, 1173 Morado Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 562- 

5834 (Bus.) 
Curnutte. Ivan, 122 HiUview Acres. Greensburg, 932-5047, 

932-5231 
Curtis, Douglas 

879-1604 
D'Andrea, Richard Albert, 1040 Crosskev, 

ineton, 278-8397 
Daniels, Robert A., Box 2, VanLear. 789-3931, 886-2311 
Davenport. James E.. Sr., 9810 Daw'son Hill Road, Jef£er- 

sontown, 239-5667, 452-3947 
Davis. Harold T., Rt. 3, Beaver Dam, 274-4159, 232-4213 
Davis. James S., 947 Tolliver Road, Morehead, 784-6206 
Dav, Jack L., Central City High School, Central City, 754- 

4700, 754-2272 
Dean, Jerry, McKee, 287-7301, 287-7161 
Deaton, Larry Gene, 1225 Broadview, Bowling Green, 842- 

7223, 842-4287 
Decker, Dennis L , 2504 Memorial, Ft. Thomas, 441-7434, 

441-8393 
Delk. Wilham L., 614 Church Street, Ludlow, 261-8571, 

431-6151 
Denton, William D., 14 Clore Ct„ Henderson, 827-3409 
Dickison, Ruddle L,, R. R. 5, Olive Hill, 286-2194 
Dill. J. Roger. 15 Palmer Manor. Wilmore. 858-4081 
Divine. Wavne L.. 626 Walnut Street, Central Citv, 754- 

2783, 754-2272 
Downs, Joseph W., 829 Bartlev Avenue, Bardstown, 348- 

5123 348-3991 
Duerson, W r", Rt. 2, Paint Lick, 925-2712, 925-2711 
Duncan, James T,. Rt. 1, Wildwood Drive, RussellviUe, 

726-2796 
Durbin. Rov, 2911 

587-1121, Ext. 237 
Dwver. James E., Jr., 

9R4-0426, 452-4922 
Elliott, Billv A., 313 

8826 
Elliott, Carroll L., 307 College Sreet, Elizabethtown, 765- 

4007, 765-6118 
Ellis, Buckv D., Salversville, 349-2214, 349-3655 
Ellison, Johnny, Rt. 1, Calvin, 337-2907, 337-2329 
Emerv, George A., 234 Clay Street, New Albany, Indiana, 

944-5257, 283-1281 
Evans, Lewis, Morgantown, 526-4310 
Evitts, Harold E., Luzerne Drive, Box 131, Greensville, 

338-2970 
Farlev, Reed A., 2416 Shandon Drive, Lexington, 299-0696. 

233-2000, Ext. 2198 
Fenton, Don J., 4890 Oaklawn Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

271-3792, 641-1301 
Forker, Maurice F., Box 384, Sebree, 835-7713, 639-2651 
Foust, Rav, Jr , Box 677, Calvert City, 395-4901, 395-4154 
Fowler, Ronald, 309 E. Second Street. Maysville, 564-6351, 

564-4861 
Frankel, Louis S.. 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville, 452-6519, 

452-6519 
Frvmire, Leslie H., 101 Spring Street, Irvington, 547-2553, 

547-3951 
Gaines, Curtis, 1514 Young Street, 

826-7257 
Gardner, Gary M., Rt. 3, Magnolia, 
Garland, Danny, 1220 Dale Avenue. 

223-2096 
Gartin Robert B., 550 Brown Street. Paintsville. 789-8592 
Gibbons. Mike, 112 Kendall. Kv. Wesleyan College, Owens- 

boro, 684-5185, 683-4795 
Gibson, James Dean, Rt. 3, South Point. Ohio, 377-2501, 

928-6474, Ashland 
Gibson. Junior Lee, Clarkson, 242-3551, 242-2171 
Gibson, Robert R,, Monticello, 348-2586 
Giordano, Al, Hollv Lane, Princeton, 365-3615, 365-3680 
Glass. Frank, Jr,, 2004 Deauville Drive. Lexington, 255-1798 
Glass, K, L, 108 Adkins Street, Clarksville, Tennessee, 

648-2056. 798-2018 
Goel/,, Herbert L., Rt, 2, Waynesburg, 365-2916, 365-2918 
Grav, Paul Edward, 216 Bemis Lawrence, Bowling Green, 

74!l-3997, 748-:'997 
Green, Donald P., 832 Brand. Mayfield, 247-6038, 247-6038 



Dale Ann Drive, Louisville, 452-1730, 
5208 Russett Blvd., :=1, Loiiisvilie. 
::edar Lane. Somerset, 685-3393, 684- 



Henderson, 826-9933, 



528-2947, 531-1111 
Frankfort, 223-8608, 



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MARION C. MOORE H. S. GIRLS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1972 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPION 




(Lefl to Righl) Front Row: Julie Donahue, Marti Sallee. Linda Nelson, Sally Russ, Libby Goff. 
Second Row: Linda Brumback, Michele Baker, Coa ;h Carole Liedtke. Allison Runner. 



Comanche Drive, Henderson, 827- 
Flatwoods, 836-6915. 325-8511, Ext. 



Griffith. Edwin Dale. 2714 Lorraine Street. Ashland. 324- 

2497. 325-8511, Ext. 358 
Grimes. Herman L,. Salem. 988-2193. 388-7562 
Gross. Joe. Box 697. Hazard. 436-2661 
Gupton. Lawrence R.. 105 Hillview Acres. Greensburg. 

932-5001. 932-5001 
Gwynn. Frederick L.. 8703 Fern View Drive, Louisville. 

239-8967. 582-3711, Ext. 708 
Handler. Woodie, Rt. 2. Hodgenville. 358-3345. 358-3195 
Harbolt. Arthur L.. Sr.. 3010 Mid Dale Lane. Apt. 4. Louis- 

e J" P r 
Hardin. Don G.. Box 88. Morehead. 784-7698. 845-9871 
Hargrove, Robert Bradlev, R. R. 2. Milton. 268-5646 
Harmon. Girard K.. 1700 E. Main. Greenup, 473-7086. 473- 

9829 
Harris. David L.. Drawer A.. Bardstown. 348-5733. 348-3311 
Harris. Robert. Rt. 1. Eddvville. 388-9475. 388-2211 
Haynes. William T., 710 

3388. 424-7741 
Heaberlin. Bill. Box 436, 

469 
Henderson. Charles A.. Rt. 6. Mt. Zoar Road. Hopkins- 

ville. 885-5771 
Hendren. James W.. R. R. 1, Mackville, 375-4498 
Hendrix, Jack. 415 S. Mill. London. 864-2075. 864-5114 
Henry. James D.. 1501 Cowling Avenue. Louisville. 451- 

2770. 587-6923 
Henson. Drn. Box 126. Smithland. 928-2040 
Hess. Crei:;hton L.. Rt. 1, Box 119, Sonera, 369-2802, 769- 

2413 
Hilton, Billv. 323 Maplewood Avenue. Springfield. 336-7594 
Hilton. Dudley. 516 Wanut. Springfied. 336-7667 
Hobbs, Joe. R. R. 1. Fordsville. 276-5182 
Holt. Larrv Kent. 329 Skyline Tr. Pk., Bowling Green. 

781-4009, 781-4585 
Herd. Tracv. Rt. 2. Lauit Lane, Lebanon. 692-3612. .336-3718 
Horn. J. E., Jr.. 3804 Frontier Trail, Louisville, 451-6624, 

954-1862 
Horton, John L,, ,3224 St. Ann Street. Owensboro. 683-5234, 

684-5285 
Houchens. Joe Dannv. Rt. 4. Glasgow. 678-2317. 651-8341 
Hubbs. Sonny, 6908 Peppermill, Louisville, 239-1771, 367- 

6175 
Ingraham. Garv J.. 9706 Lanesboro Way. Louisville, 425- 

5215, 987-2815 
Jackson, Donald Evarts, 837-2263, 837-2502 
James. David W., 400 West 4th. Central City. 754-5481. 754- 

4541 



Box 517. Manchester. 598-3952. 598-5712 
606 Brown Road. Madisonville. 821- 

459B 8th Avenue. Fort Knox. 624-8395. 



Bowling Green. 



Jent. Richard L., 5873 Shadymist Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

541-5494, 632-1294 
Johnson, James M.. 174 Pinehurst. Frankfort, 223-2822. 875- 

1535 
Johnson. Lerov. Lamb. 434-2294. 427-2611 
Johnson. Mark S.. 5410 Dahl Road. Louisville. 969-0332 
Jones. David. 203 Green Street. Manchester. 598-3793. 

598-3793 
Jones. Frank. Rt. 5. 
Jones. Thomas V., 

3684, 821-7611 
Joseph. Charles S., 

624-7776 
Joseph, Hershel. Prestonsburg. 886-2255 
Jump. Frank E.. 200 Elizabeth Street. 

842-8060. 843-4707 
Justice. Morris W.. Zebulon. 432-1933. 432-2733 
Kasperski, Harrv W.. 3652-B Fincastle Road, Louisville, 

451-1065. 582-5215 
Kaufnian. Alvin R.. 8215 St. Anthony 'Ch. Rd.. Louisville. 

366-0126. 587-0871 
Keeling. Reuben. 3757 Ramona Drive. Paducah. 442-4190. 

443-3568 
Key. Donald E.. 7211 Uranus Drive. Louisville. 937-8779 
Kidwell. James S., 1112 Parkway. Covington. 291-6856 

(Bus.) 
Kimmel. Jerry, Beechmont, 476-2656, 476-8375 
King, James A.. 5000 Clarmar Road. Jeffersontown. 239- 

8015. 778-2791 
Kmnev. Paul C, R. R. 2, Williamstown. 824-5140 
Kirk. Charles. Cumberland. 589-2086. 633-4422 
Kolasa. Johnny R.. First & Court Street. Burgin. 748-5025. 

336-7740 
Kouns. Robert. Box 582. South Shore. 932-4540. 932-3323 
Kovacs. Paul M,. 4441 Dyer Avenue. Louisville. 964-5556. 

587-1121. Ext. 260 
Kuhl. Lawrence. Houser Lane. London. 864-6235. 
KuU. Lynn A.. 594th Trans. Co.. Ft. Campbell. 

(Bus.) 
Lacer. Albert Ray. Box 51, Spottsville, 827-5068 
Lamb, Paul W.. 427 Carlisle Avenue, Lexington, 

255-6666 
LaRue, William D.. Jr., Salem, 988-3138, 388-7562 
Laugherty, Kenneth Ray, 2100 Peabody Lane, Louisville 
Lee. Bill.' Rt. 1. Leitchfield. 259-4661. 879-4211 
Lei-'h. Eugene F.. 506 17th Street, Corbin, 528-1501, 528-1212, 

Ext. 35 
Lewis, Clarence Randall, 136 Virginia Avenue, Apt, B-5, 

Lexington. 254-8474. 239-7359 



864-4182 
798-2011 



255-4126. 



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TAXES CREEK H. S. BOYS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1972 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPION 




(Left Ic Right) Front Row: Steve Wides. Bi I Blount, Scoll Wilkes. Ricky Schweet. 
Coach J. Komara, Mitchell Cooper, Kevin Wilkens Jerry Kinderknecht. 



Second Row; 



532- 



597- 



765-2060, 
351-4812, 



Link. Jesse W., Rt. 3, Box 169, Franklin. 586-6415 
Lipker. Robert E.. 1505 S. 9th Street. Ironton. Ohio. 

4337 
Lloyd. Vanous Paschal. Box 15, Brownsville, 597-3745, 

2932 
Logan, Michael, Box 693, South Shore, 354-7551 (Bus.) 
Logsdon, Charles, 550 Gates Road. Elizabethtown. 769-2253. 

765-4125 
Lovell. Monty Joe. 201 New Broadway. Richmond. 623- 

3269. 623-4959 
Lovely. Johnnie. SalversviUe. 349-3624. 349-3148 
Lutz. Dennis. Manitou. 249-3319. 821-7221 
Lynch. Lester F.. 702 N. Main. Elizabethtown. 

765-4174 
McCamish. Danny L.. 160 Spring Street. Radcliff. 

351-3167 
McClelland. John M.. 2063A Spring Station Drive. Lexing- 
ton. 293-1050. 258-8868 
McClelland. Wihani Glenn. 316 Manhattan Drive. Lexins;- 

ton, 299-8552 
McConnell, Michael J,. 7304 Garrison Road, Apt. 4, Louis- 
ville, 366,9904, 583-6651 
McCord, Floyd D., 336 Scott Avenue. Paris, 987-1619 
McCov, Wendell, Wheelwneht 
McDowell, Charles V., 2419 Roosevelt, Ashand, 325-2886. 

325-8511. Ext. 731 
McKinnev, Adelle, Radcliff. 357-5299 
McMillin, Larry. Rt. 3. Box 71. Crestwood. 241-8998. 222- 

9461 
Markham, James R.. 305 Spring Street. Louisville 
Markham. Stan. 1409 21st. Bowling Green. 781-2379. 842-1674 
Marlette. Ronald L.. P. O. Box 623. Shepherdsville. 957- 

5333. 564-3925 
Marshall. Barry J.. 448 Hollow Creek Road. C-9. Lexington. 

299-0757. 277-1159 
Martin. Charlie. Box 206. Sharpsburg. 247-2141 
Martin. Roger K.. Box 174. Park City. 749-8425. 749-2860 
Mason, George, 20 Summerhill, S. Newport, 581-3434, 421- 

1685 
Mastin, Bert Tim, Box 128, Clay City, 663-2025, 663-2024 
Mattinelv, Charles ■'Pete", 3813 Poplar Level Road, Louis- 
ville, 459-5793. 448-2761 
May, Douglas D., Rt. 3. Box 531. Pikeville. 437-6512 
Metcalf. Ken. Route 3. Munfordville. 524-9704. 524-9465 
Meyers. John, Box 513, Maysville, 549-2717, 759-7141 
Middleton, Johnny, 209 Leimaur Drive, Richmond, 623-1682 
Milak, Joseph R., 1219 Pierce-Ford Tower. Bowling. Green. 
748-4151. 745-3348 



Milby. William C, Box 322. Greensburg, 932-5692, 932-5391 
Moonevhan. James H.. 810 Henrv Street. Franklin. 586- 

4989. 586-3201 
Morgan. Richard. Rt. 6, Box 64. London. 864-6511. 864-6240 
Morrison. Daniel G.. 707 State Street. Bowling Green. 843- 

9633. 842-0800 
Morse. Richard K.. 163 N. Deepwood Drive. Radcliff. 351- 

3748. 624-4454 
Mulligan. J, T.. 427 Center Street. Erlanger. 341-5628. 341- 

5628 
Mullins, Arthur. Elkhorn Citv. 754-4041. 754-7981 
Mullms. Charles E.. Schultz Road. South Shore. 932-3388. 

836-5931 
Mullins. Ponnie. P. O. Box 245. Elkhorn City. 754-896Q 
Murphy. Roy Frederick. P. O. Box 141. Grayson. 474-5987. 

474-5714 
Newsome. Ronald. 1406 Rochester. Middlesboro. 248-6572, 

248-1000 
Noland. Douslas. .305 Herndon Avenue. Stanford. 365-2609. 

365-2619 
Norwood. Thomas R., 811 Henry Street. Franklin. 586-3614, 

586-3541 
Nucci, Donald D , 102 Main Street, Hazard, 436-2741, 436- 

2741 
Omer, William Keith, Route 1, Clay, 333-2529, 333-4008 
Paiko Edward T., 302 Noel, Frankfort, 875-4018, 227-7341 
Pardue, Israel L.. Sr,. Rt. 2. Box 482F. New Albany. Ind., 

944-0279, 774-6431 
Parkev, Cecil E., 109 Greenwood, Middlesboro, 248-6148 
Patterson, Joe C, Harrodsburg, 734-2119 
Penner, Merritt D., Jr.. Rt. 5. Box 392. Manchester. 598- 

3711 
Pierson Oscar. P. O Box 385. Owenton. 484-3303. 484-3878 
Pietrowski. Paul. 108 Bishop. Corbin. 528-6391. 528-1630 
Pinson. David Lee "Bo". Rt. 4. Box 566. Pikeville. 437-4639, 

4,37-6361 
P'PooI, Steve Keith, Rt, 4, Princeton, 365-5968 
Price, Patrick Eugene, G-320 Cooperstown, Lexington, 

255-6098 
Primm, James T., 137 N. McPherson, Hopkinsville, 886- 

8445, 886-2233 
Pursiful, Larrv, College Heights, Hodgenville, 358-4267, 

358-3195 
Quisenberrv, James M,, 1900 Farnslev Drive, Apt, 9, Louis- 
ville, 448-6152, 366-0940 
Ra-nes J. W., 1117 Lebanon Road, Danville, 236-3380, 236- 

6334 
Rail, James Bates, 105 Reservoir, Frankfort, 227-2355 



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Ramey. Gary G.. Route 1. Morehead. 784-6515 

Ramey. Herb. Farmers. 784-4724. 784-5792 

Reece. Donald Allen. Edmonton. 432-2975. 748-3744 

Reeves. Curtis R.. 112 Londonderry Drive. Lexington. 252- 

1626. 252-2246. Ext. 247 
Rcid. Don. 711 E. Market Street. Princeton. 365-9502 
Reihing. Dan F.. Box 582. Shepherdsville. 543-2633. 543- 

2633 
Rhodes. Don. 517 1 2 E. Farren Avenue, Earlington. 383- 

5292. 821-4780 
Richards. Ed. Stringer Lane. Mt. Washington. 538-4324 
Riggs. Stanley H.. 194 Smithbranch. South Shore. 473-9045 
Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkway. Lexington. 299-7089. 

255-8492 
Roach. Herman. Box 187. Campbellsville. 465-9919. 465-9919 
Robbins. Michael J.. 778 Jimae. Independence. 356-2209. 

381-1880 
Roberts, Harry. 417 Monument. Falmouth. 654-5471. 654-3314 
Robinson, Joseph Byron, 1120 McConnell Street, Ashland, 

324-0572, 325-8511, Ext. 253 
Roe. Dovle. "Buddy". Jr.. Isom. 633-2973. 633-2961 
Rogers. Eldridse. 310 Talbert. Hopkinsville. 885-5571. 886- 

3921 
Roller. Otis C 808 Chamberrv Drive. Louisville. 895-6356, 

587-1121. Ext. 396 
Romanello. Daniel J.. 4420 Floral Avenue. Norwood. Ohio, 

731-8033, 632-3500 
Ronshausen, Tex. 618 Brookside Drive. Clearwater, Flori- 
da, 771-2086, 729-3920 
Rowe, Thomas M.. 5509 Azalea. Louisville. 937-1267 
Salver. Henry E.. 5602 Spicewood. Louisville, 969-6371, 634- 

1521, Ext, 60 
Sandusky, Jerry, Rt. 1, Liberty, 787-7742, 787-7484 
Schultz. Harold, 13 Orphange Road, Ft, Mitchell, 331-1386 
Scott, Travis Paul, Route 1, Columbia, 384-4811, 384-2933 
Scott, \V. L, "Bill". 1816 McDonald Road. Lexington. 278- 

2844, 254-1313 
Shallcross, Warren, 207 Gibson Road, Louisville, 896-1641 
Shaw. Earl, 121 Hasan Court. Lancaster, 792-2370, 548-3391 
,=hipo. David E,, 133 Hartweg, Ft. Thomas, 781-1163 
Shoulders, Michael Earl, 504 W. Kentucky Avenue, Frank- 
lin. 586-8679 
Shuping. Andv. 1602 Atlanta Drive, Lexington, 299-6674, 

299-6674 
Simpson, James H., Box 424, South Shore, 932-3613 
Slone, Burgen, Rt. =2. Box 128. Catlettsburg, 739-5386 
Smallwond, Talmadge, Stanton. 663-2096 
Smith, Benny, R. R, 3 Box 5. Manchester. 598-2461 
Smith. Willard N.. P. O Box 23. Campbellsville. 465-5339. 

455-4174 
Smoot. Dick. 1008 Norwood. Ashland. 324-8187. 324-2169 
Snelling. Kenny. 823 Brawner Street. Frankfort. 227-6081. 

254-6666 
Spalding. Guv C II. 2807 Del Rio Place. Louisville, 454- 

3237 
Stanley, O. A.. Belcher. 754-8567 
Staten. David L.. 615 22nd Street. Ashland. 325-8571. Ext. 

42 
Staten. Gordon L.. Jr.. 902 Shelbv Street. Falmouth. 654- 

8660. 654-3316 
Stephenson. Harry S.. 1612 Hawthorn Lane. Lexington. 

299-1757. 233-8153 
Stethen. James E.. Box 134. Bedford. 255-3285 
Stevens. James L.. 142 E. Noel. Madisonville. 821-0245. 821- 

5876 
Stivers. Franklin. R F.D. 1. London. 864-2356 
Strain. Richard. P.O. Box 472. Radcliff. 351-4306. 624-2214 
Stratton. Robert J.. Eastview. Shelbyville. 633-3816. 633-1612 
Straus. William Winters. 212 Culpepper. Lexington. 266- 

6349 
Streible. Bonnie D., 306 Cheryl Avenue. Vine Grove. 877- 

5891. 935-1345 
Stuart. Terrance "Terry". Rt. 1. Russellville. 726-6492. 726- 

7580 
Sullivan. William H.. Ill Evergreen Drive. Lawrenceburg. 

839-4177. 839-3601 
Sutton. James Arthur. 2111 Sutton Drive. Henderson. 827- 

2222 
Swarts. Joseph. 135 Lane Street. Coal Grove. Ohio. 532-9349 
"Tarrv. w. R. "B"d". Rt. 5. Glsseo<'-. 678-253Q 427-9<;'i 
Tsrter. Lovd. 205 Allison, Greenville. 338-3590. ,338-4631 
Tate, Charles F.. 405 Durham. Greensburg. 932-4307 
Tavlor. Aubrey G.. Meta. 432-3354 

Tavlor. Edwin L.. 435 N. 41st. Louisville. 772-0126. 584-6311 
Tavlor. John O.. 803 East Drive. Box 48. Danville. 236-3915. 

236-3181 
Thomas. Bill. 3418 Burrell Drive. Louisville, 447-7521 
Thomason, William H,, 407 Wallace Avenue, Leitchfi-3ld. 

2,59-5161. 259-3611 
Thompson. Ronnie. Zebulon. 432-1942 
Trimble. James D. Box 44. Frenchburg. 763-4531 
Trussell. Terry T.. .109 Second Street. Carlisle. 289-5082. 

289-2266 
Tyre. Don. 316 Senate Drive. Frankfoii. 223-3668. 254-6612. 

Ext. 273. Lexinston 
Urlage. Richard. 822 Highland Avenue. Ft. Thomas. 441- 

5513. 471-8120 



Varner. Ray G.. 737 Kingston Road, Lexington, 299-4145, 

293-3823 
Vincent, Dale, 547 Richmond Drive, Madisonville, 383-5220 

I Bus. I 
Vincent. Roy T.. Bee Spring. 597-2214 
Walker. Joe D.. East Cedar Street. Franklin 
Wallin. Charles. Jr.. 668 Northside Drive. Lexington, 

299-8639, 255-4281, Ext. 194 
Ward. Robert. 2040 Washington. Henderson. 827-3805 827- 

3810 
Webb. Harold D.. 7369 Commonwealth Drive. Cincinnati 

Ohio. 761-5045. 542-5800. Ext. 257 
Weber. Nick. 204 Oxford Place. Louisville. 897-5666 
Wells. Wayne. 910 Gardenia. Campbellsvile. 465-8434. 465- 

7771 
Werner. John M.. 2001 Collier Road. Henderson. 826-2593, 

826-9568 
White, John Carroll. 112-B Thomas Street. Lexington, 

233-0396 
White, Roger C. 4121 Eden Lane. Shivelv. 448-4720 
Wilcox. Ursal R.. Auxier. 886-3329, 886-2703 
^Vllev. Michael J.. 324 3rd Street. Pamtsville. 789-4530 
Williamson. Junior. Cline Street. Pikeville. 437-7171 
WiKson. Philip M.. 5003 Dreamers Way. Louisvile. 964-6234 
Winfrey. Shelby. 315 Sharon Drive. Campbellsvile. 465- 

8392. 465-8392 
Wmfftield. Felix G.. 1132 Eastern Pkwv.. Louisville. 636- 

2282. 636-2282 
Wiseman. David E.. 2110 W. Gaulbert. Louisville. 778-7628. 

778-7628 
Wolfe. Chris. Box 646, Jenkins, 832-2739 
Wood, Thomas D.. 1629 Ehrler Drive, Louisville, 634-9334, 

581-S411 
Woods, Clvde M.. Four Mile. 337-2377 
Wien Bethel. Rt. 2. Paint Lick. 792-2751 
Wright. John David. Y.M.C.A.. Paris. 987-1395 (Bus.i 
Wurm. Robert W.. P.O. Box 215. Elizabethtow^n. 765-4611 
Yarbrough. Roy D.. Jr.. 1220 Fontaine Road, Lexington, 

266-1228 
Yewell, Morgan R.. Jr.. 475 Flamingo, Frankfort, 875-2745, 

258-8884, Lexington 
Zirnheld, Leonard 9105 Blue Lick Road, Louisville, 969-5925 
Zwick, William, Rt. 5. Melody Acres, Nicholasville, 252- 

0211, 885-4849 



PLAYER BRAW LS 

By N. F. Secretarv Clifford B. Faaan 

A MAJOR PROBLEM" IN ATHLETIC ADMIN- 
ISTRATION in recent years was that of crowd 
control at athletic contests. Four or five years ago 
it was not unusual for a fight to break out be- 
tween a group of spectators near tlie end or fol- 
lowing a game. In some situations, these fracases 
became riots. Seldom did any players take part. 
Sometimes assaults occurred in the parking lot, 
or on occasion awav from the site of the game. 

TO THE CREDIT OF THOSE WHO ARE 
CHARGED WITH THE RESPONSIBILITY of 
maintaining decorum and order at these events, 
there has been great improvement in spectator 
crowd behavior during the past couple years. The 
answer as to why there has been such a vast im- 
provement is obvious. It is due to the fact that 
those who are answerable for the administration 
of the interscholastic athletic programs were de- 
termined to eliminate the problem. They studied 
the causes of the spectator brawls, then estab- 
lished preventative programs, and the policies and 
procedures to be followed, and finally those in 
positions of responsibility saw to it the corrective 
measures were actually carried out, 

THE PROBLEM OF CONTROLLING CROWDS 
had factors which made it an extremely difficult 
task for school officials to resolve. Most of the 
time a considerable number of people involved in 
the brawls were not students and they were in no 
way directl.v responsible to the school officials. 
The altercation frequently took place after the 
nthletic events were over and many times away 
from the site of the game itself, 

NOW A NEW AND PERHAPS EVEN MORE 
,«ERIOUS PROBLEM IS EMERGING. The basket- 
b.all season has lieen marred by fighting between 
the personnel of contesting teams. If our athletic 
programs are worthy of continuance, it is absolute- 



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INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS- 
STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT 




(Left Jo Righl) Front Row: 98-Sleve Goldberg, Wiggener; 105-Greg Skeeters, North Hardin; 112-Ches- 
ler Massie, Flagel; 119-Jack Wood, Woodford County. Second Row: 126-Ken Wright (Most Outstanding 
Wrestler), Ballard; 132-Tim Harrod, Frankfort; 138-Jelf Fitch, Woodford County; 145-Tracy Davis, Fern 
Creek. Third Row: 155-Frank McWilliams, Christian County; 167-Arthur Noonan, Waggener; 185-Den- 
nis Perkins, Trinity; Unlimited-George Torain, Hopkinsville. 



ly necessary the head school officers accept the 
responsibility of taking immediate action to pre- 
vent any such unseemly situations from occur- 
ring. Fighting by players on the basketball courts 
must be stopped. 

IT MUST BE ACKNOWLEDGED the problem 
presently confronting us is much easier to handle 
than was the matter of crowd control. Everyone 
involved is under the direct control of the school. 
Many persons who are accountable in this area 
will attempt to alibi their failures to handle these 
situations by saying it is easier to contend that 
the players can be controlled, than it is to con- 
trol them. This attitude is unjustifiable. Those 
who hold this point of view lack a confidence 
and positiveness needed to do the job. Anyone 
who is overwhelmed by this responsibility is in 
the wrong position and should be replaced by 
someone who will recognize what needs to be 
done, and who has the ability and courage to do it. 

WHAT ARE THE STEPS to be taken to elimin- 
ate fights on the floor'^ What are the procedures 
to be followed? 

1. The head of the school and the director of 
athletics must impress upon the coach that fight- 
ing by players will not be tolerated under any 
condition. Coaches must support the premise that 
an athletic contest is an educational experience 
and as such, fighting is not part of it. 

2. Coaches must accept that one of their prin- 
cipal obligations is to control the members of 
their squads. If a coach is unable to discharge 
this responsibility, he needs to be replaced. 



3. Coaches must make certain players represent- 
ing their schools do not intimidate nor attempt to 
intimidate opponents or officials. Some coaches 
consider intimidation as an aspect of "psyching 
up" for a contest. Ihis attitude is intolerable. In- 
timidation is the first step toward a situation 
which eventually becomes uncontrollable. 

4. Athletic directors must make certain they 
engage and then aggressively support only those 
officials who administer the game according to 
the letter and spirit of the rules. In virtually every 
situation which gets out of control, the officials 
contribute to it by not administering the rules 
properly, that is. by failing to call violations and 
fouls consistently and promptly. Unsportsmanlike 
acts of any kind must not be endured. Whenever 
a fight breaks out between players, there has 
been some earlier indication that things were get- 
ting out of control. Fortunately these situations 
are all progressive in nature and, therefore, can 
be halted at the outset. Officials who alibi they 
do not want to "call a game so close" as to take 
it away from the players, or spoil it for the spec- 
tators, are not the kind of officials we need in 
our program. Using the poor judgment of attempt- 
ing to sift the fouls to be penalized contributes 
to a game going out of control. 

5. Those who are responsible for hiring athletic 
coaches must engage only coaches who have the 
proper athletic philosophy for interscholastic com- 
petition and they must know what the philosophy 
of the coach is before they hire him. Then they 
must see to it the philosophy is followed implicitly. 
Those who are responsible for the hiring must 



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become familiar with the coach's record as a lead- 
er and learn whether his teams have a record ot 
being involved in brawls, and whether the con- 
duct of his teams will contribute to a desirable 
inter-school relationship with those opponents on 

^'1n ORDER FOTAN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRO- 
GRAM TO BE WORTHY OF SUPPORT, it is ab- 
solutelv necessary that player brawls on the bask- 
etball court be eliminated, and pragmatically, it 
our program is to continue, we must do away 
with thise deplorable situations. The program 
will continue to grow and, in fact, become more 
accute in those institutions which are headed by 
administrators who will not assume their respon- 
sibility m this area. An athletic director must 
take the lead and see to it coaches conduct them- 
selves in a manner which is a credit to the school, 
and teach self-control by example, to both his 
players and the student body. Fortunately the 
problem now confronting us can be resolved by 
the school officers. When a fight breaks out on 
the basketball court between players, it is rela- 
tively simple to determine where the breakdown 
occurred In fact, most often the weak link is 
<;elf-evident. Someone is not doing his job^ 

WHAT IS NEEDED IS A CONVICTION that 
brawUng can not be a part of the inter-school 
program; an awareness of the tendency when it 
exists- and the courage to do something about it 
immediately when it is in evidence. 



College Recruiting Regulations 

Coach Jimmy Feix of Western Kentucky Uni- 
versity has sent the K.H.S.A.A. office information 
concerning NCAA recruiting regulations. Mr Feix 
says- "Listed below are some of the more pertinent 
changes in college recruiting. I appreciate the As- 
sociation carrying this information m the Athlete 
This will inform our coaches as to why we are not 
doing some of the things permissable in the past 
and might prevent the inehgibihty of one ot our 
fine high school prospects." The regulations listed 
by Coach Feix are as follows: . 

1 No college coach may conduct or participate 
in any coaching school involving students who 
have finished classes in the spring after their 
junior year in high school. Previously the restric- 
tion did not affect the coach involved m a school 
having students who had completed their junior 
years but had not registered for classes as seniors. 
Now the summer period between the students 
junior and senior years is included. 

2 A prospective student athlete may make only 
one (1) paid visit to your campus. Formerly it was 
two (2). A "paid visit" is so classified if any trans- 
portation expenses are paid and/or if the prospect 
receives any meals and or during the campus visit. 

3. When prospects visit campuses at their own 
expense, they may be given three (3) comphmen- 
tary tickets to a campus athletic event. Formerly 
the Umit was two (2). This is the only "comph- 
mentary" thing the prospects may receive during 
a campus visit and the visit still quaUfy as a non- 
paid visit. 

4. No paid visit may be made by a prospect be- 
fore the start of his senior year in high school. 
This does not preclude the high school student 
making non-paid visit prior to that time. The start 
of his senior year is interpreted as the actual time 
of the beginning of classes his senior year. 

5. All entertainment for a prospect and his par- 
ents, or guardian, must be on campus. It is not 



permissible to entertain other relatives or friends 
at any site. Entertainment includes meals and 
lodging. A college can neither feed or lodge the 
student and/or his parents or guardian off cam- 
pus. If facilities are not available for eating or 
lodging, the college may then provide this enter- 
tainment off campus, i.e. cafeteria closed during 
weekend or no guest housing for parents. The 
parents must pay for meals and/or lodging of any 
other relatives or friends. 

6. No institution or its representatives may 
transport or pay for the transportation for rela- 
tives or friends of the prospect to visit the campus 
or elsewhere. However, these relatives or friends 
may ride in the same automobile with the pros- 
pect on his paid visit. 

7. On visits to prospects away from the campus, 
no institutional staff member or institutional rep- 
resentative may spend any funds other than those 
necessary for his own personal expense. Institu- 
tional representatives include alumni or friends 
attempting to influence the prospect toward a 
specific institution. The practice of entertaining in 
the prospect's home community is eliminated by 
this rule. 



Gymnastics Committee Meeting 

The State Gymnastics Committee met on Janu- 
ary 11, 1972, at 7:30 in the Rose Street High 
School Athletic Association building. Members at- 
tending were: Sheila Kuhlman, Andy Hopkins, 
Skeeter Johnson, Cap Caudill, Jim Nance, George 
Jefferson and Susan Burckle. Visitors were Carol 
Liedtke, and Paul Woodall. Assistant Commission- 
er J. B. Mansfield was also in attendance. 

The regional meets will be held on February 18 
and 19 with the compulsories beginning at 2:00 
P.M. on the ISth and the optionals beginning at 
10:00 A.M. on the 19th. Carole Liedtke and George 
Jefferson will serve as meet directors for the Lou- 
isville Regionals which will be held at Moore 
High School. Meet directors for the Lexington 
Regionals, to be held at Bryan Station High 
School, are Susie Ticknor and Paul Woodall. 
Tickets will be provided by the KHSAA and the 
admission charge will be $.50 for children and 
.$1.00 for adults. There will be 4 head judges and 
4 acting judges for the girls division, and 3 head 
judges and 3 acting judges for the boys' division. 
Head judges will be paid $15.00 and acting 
judges $10.00 per session. A meet referee will be 
appointed at a fee of $10.00 per session. 

■The state meet will be held at Moore High 
School in Louisville on Februai-y 26 with Carol 
Liedtke and George Jefferson as directors. Com- 
pulsories will begin at 10:00 A.M. and optionals at 
7:00 P.M. Admission fees and officials' fees will 
be the same as for the regionals. There will be 2 
head and 6 acting judges for the girls' and boys' 
divisions. The ticket seller will be paid $15.00 and 
the ticket taker $10.00. 

Necessary changes in the regional entry form 
were made. A letter concerning the state meet 
will be given to the qualifiers at each regional, 
and each regional manager is responsible for send- 
ing the list of qualifiers directly to the state 
manager. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 

Respectfully, 
Susan Burckle 



SINCE WE PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ABOUT 
50% OF THE SCHOOLS IN THE STATE, WE 
DO HAVE A COMMERCIAL INTEREST IN 
THE ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC PRO- 
GRAMS OF ALL OUR SCHOOLS. 

BUT OUR REAL INTEREST IS MUCH DEEP- 
ER. WE ARE VITALLY CONCERNED THAT 
GOOD CITIZENSHIP, A SPIRIT OF FAIR 
PLAY, AND A REAL SENSE OF PERSONAL 
RESPONSIBILITY BE INSTILLED IN THE 
YOUTH OF OUR DAY. 

WE BELIEVE THESE ARE THE QUALITIES 
THAT HAVE MADE AMERICA GREAT, AND 
ARE THANKFUL FOR OUR SCHOOLS AS 
THEY WORK TO CONTINUE THAT 
GREATNESS. 



^^e KiH(fde*t Q04Hp424Uf> 



GENERAL AGENT 



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OWENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION— 1972 






(Left to Right) Richard Reed, Bill Johnson, David Schell, Steve Mad- 
dox, Curtiss King, Nathaniel Wilson, Jerry Thruston, Bill Liggins, Rodney 
Leachman, Greg Webster, Ken Higgs, Terry Tyler. 





Official Orean of tlie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



APRIL 1972 




ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL— RUNNER-UP 
1972 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. Buddy Connelly, Greg Rawlings, David Kerrick, Rich- 
ard Thomas, Frank Lanz, Chuck Rawlings, Mike English, Ass't Coach Gerald Gamble. Sec- 
ond Row: Steve Applegate, Jack Dupin, Phillip Franklin, Taylor Kindervater, Nathan Hug- 
gins, Gary French, Coach Ray Vencill, Jr. 



MAYSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL— SEMI-FINALIST 
1972 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Steve King, Gary Mallory, Mitch Thomas, Mark Turner, 
Karl Commodore. Second Row: Paul King, Terry Gilbert, Jay Hall, James Smith. Tony 
Humphries, Fred Walker, Mike Brookins. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIV— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1972 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Elecled Board Members 




Louie Martin 



Jack Fultz 



Prin. Louie Martin of the Corbin High School 
and Prin. Andrew J. "Jack" Fultz of the West 
Carter High School will represent Sections 7 and 
8 respectively on the Board of Control for a four- 
year period, beginning July 1, 1972. 

Louie Martin is a native of Letcher County, 
Kentucky. In 1957, he received an A.B. Degree 
from Morehead State University, and in 1960 he 
received the M.A. Degree from Indiana University. 
Eastern Kentucky University awarded him a Lead- 
ership Certificate. 

Mr, Martin was a teacher and guidance counse- 
lor at Fleming-Neon High School for five years 
prior to becoming an area guidance supervisor 
with the State Department of Education. For the 
past six years, he has served as principal of Corbin 
High School, Corbin Kentucky. His wife, the 
former Delia Deloyse Jones of Knott County, is 
an elementary teacher in the Corbin City School 
System. They are the pai-ents of one daughter, 
Lyesbeth Anne. 

Jack Fultz attended the Olive Hill High School, 
graduating in 1944. He entered service in July of 
that year, serving in Europe with the 103rd and 
5th Infantry Divisions. He graduated from More- 
head State College in 1950, and was a classroom 
teacher for eighteen years at the Olive Hill High 
School. He coached at Olive Hill for seventeen 
years, serving as assistant principal for five years 
and becoming principal in 1968. 

Mr. Fultz received the M.A. Degree in Education 
from M.S.U. in 1961, and earned the Standard 
Leadership Certificate in 1968. 

The 1955, 1956 and 1959 basketball teams coached 
by Mr. Fultz were regional champions, advancing 
to the State Tournament. Mr. Fultz is a member 
of Phi Delta Kappa, N.E.A., K.E.A., National As- 
sociation of Secondary School Administrators, 
Kentucky Association of School Administrators, 
American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and 
is a Kentucky Colonel. He is married to the former 
Jean Jessee. They have two children, Suzanne 
and Andrea. 



1972 Annual Meeting 

The business meeting of the K.H.S.A.A. will 
be held on Thursday, April 13, at 3:00 P,M., in the 
Louisville Royal Room. Seelbach Hotel, Louisville. 
The dinner meeting will be held at 6:30 P.M. in 
the Balh-oom of the hotel. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, the following changes in 
the Constitution and By-Laws will be acted upon 
by the Delegate Assembly: 

Proposal I 

The Board of Control proposes that the third 
sentence of Article IV, Section 2-a, of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution be amended to read as 
follows: "To be eligible for membership on the 
Board of Control, one must be an administrator, 
faculty member, or coach of an accredited 
K.H.S.A.A. member school in the region he is to 
represent and must remain in a similar capacity 
in that region during his tenure in office." (The 
intent of this rule is to make qualifications for 
membership on the Board of Control similar to 
those now in effect for members of the Delegate 
Assembly.) 

Proposal II 

Prin. Bobby Snider (Fulton High School) and 
the First District Secondary Principals Association 
propose that the following be added to Article IV, 
Section 3-d-8, of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution: 
"However, neither the Commissioner nor the 
Board of Control shall have the authority to assess 
receipts of district and/or regional tournaments 
in all sports including football play-offs other 
than the final championship game or tournament 
for each classification." 

Proposal III 

Prin. Robert L. Biddle (Maysville High 
School) proposes that "twenty-six" be substituted 
for "twenty-four" in the second sentence of 
K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 21. 

Proposal IV 

Prin. Irvin Brooks (Southern High School) 
proposes that K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 4 be amended 
by adding the following: "A student will be eh- 
gible to play any sport during his senior year 
provided he does not reach his twentieth birthday 
until after the season is completed for that par- 
ticular sport." 

Proposal V 

Prin. Kenneth Pfister (Newport Catholic High 
School) proposes the following parenthetical 
amendment to K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 42: "In the 
case of an all-boys high school, girl cheerleaders 
from affiliated neighboring girls schools would 
be permitted." 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1972 



VOL. XXXIV^NO. !) APRIL. 1972 

Published monthlv. except June iuid July. b,v the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, Lexington. Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington. Ky. 40501 

Editor - -- THEO. A. SANFORD 

Assistant Edito-"::::: J.B MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor ^^i'l'}, Y,\^}Sf 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington. Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President _ Morton Combs (1968-1972), Carr Creek 

Vice-President James T. Dotson 11968-1972). Pikeville 

Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974). Valley Station; 
William C Doan (1971-1975), Cynthiana; Arthur Hawkins 
11972-1975). Mt. Sterling; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973). Frank- 
fort; Frank B. Simpson (1972-1975), Louisville; Richard 
Vincent (1969-19731. Sturgis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975). 
Owensboro; Rov L. Winchester (1970-19741. Bethlehem. 
Subscription Rate gl.OO per year 



REPORTS PAST DUE 

1 1971-72 Basketball Participation List (Eligi- 
bility) 
2. School's Report on Basketball Officials 
.3. Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Thursday morning, March 16, 1972. 
The meeting was called to order by President 
Mortion Combs at 9:00, with all Board members, 
Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford. and Assistant 
Commissioner J. B. Mansfield present. The invoca- 
tion was given by James T. Dotson. 

■W. P. 'Wheeler moved, seconded by Roy L. 'Win- 
chester, that the reading of the minutes of the 
January 22nd Board meeting be waived since the 
members of the Board had received copies of these 
minutes. The motion was carried unanimously. 

Representatives of the 'Woodford County High 
School (Prin. Charles O. Dawson, Supt. Joe D. 
Gormley, and Coach Donald Lane) appeared before 
the Board requesting that certain changes be made 
in the classifying of schools maintaining football 
teams. After a considerable discussion, the Board 
advised that the recommendations made by the 
'Woodford County group would be given due con- 
sideration. 

The Commissioner reported the results of the 
recent balloting for Board membership for Sec- 
tions 7 and 8. In Section 7 the votes were as fol- 
lows: Louie Martin, 29; 'William L. Criscillis, Jr., 
17. Andrew J. Fultz received 36 votes in Section 8. 
He was the only candidate in that Section. 

There was a discussion of possible Board pro- 
posals to be submitted to the forthcoming Delegate 
Assembly of the Association. 'William C. Doan 
moved, seconded by Arthur R. Hawkins, that the 
following be submitted to the Delegate Assembly 
as a Board proposal, this being an amendment to 
Article IV, Section 2-a of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitu- 
tion: "To be eligible for membership on the Board 
of Ciontrol, one must be an administrator, faculty 
member, or coach of an accredited K.H.S.A.A. 
member school in the region he is to represent and 
must remain in a similar capacity in that region 
during his tenure in office." The motion was car- 
ried unanimously. 

The Commissioner stated that the Association is 
attempting tr establish the fact that it should be 



exempt from the payment of Federal income tax, 
and one of the qualifications for sucli exemption is 
that the assets of the Association must bo dedi- 
cated to an exempt purpose in the event the Asso- 
ciation should dissolve. He stated that the Internal 
Revenue Service had urged that the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution be amended to include certain dis- 
solution wording, and that because of the time 
element involved he recommended that the Board 
of Control authorize the Commissioner to submit 
to K.H.S.A.A. member school prhicipals for refer- 
endum vote immediatel.y, witliout waiting for Del- 
egate Assembly action, a proposal recommended 
by the Internal Revenue Service, the proposal to 
read as follows: "Upon tlie dissolution of the As- 
sociation, the Board of Control shall, after paying 
or making provision for the payment of all the 
habilities of the Association, dispose of all of the 
assets of the Association exclusively for the bene- 
fit of the member schools of the Association that 
shall at that time qualify as exempt organizations 
under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 (or the corresponding provision of 
any future United States Internal Revenue Law), 
as the Board of Control shall determine. Any of 
such assets not so disposed of shall be disposed of 
by the Court of Common Pleas of the county in 
which the principal office of the Association is 
then locatecl, exclusively for such purposes or to 
such organization or organizations, as said Court 
sliall determine, which are organized and operated 
exclusively for educational purposes." James T. 
Dotson moved, seconded by Frank B. Simpson, 
that the Commissioner be directed to send out the 
referendum which he had presented, said amend- 
ment to the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution being con- 
sidered Ai'ticle XI. The motion was carried unani- 
mously. 

The Board then considered the recommendations 
concerning the possible football re-classification 
made b.y the Woodford County representatives. The 
Board thought that the suggestions made certainly 
had merit, but did not think that any possible re- 
classification should be done in the middle of the 
two-year period set up in the football regulations. 
Any action on possible football re-classification 
was therefore deferred. 

The Commissioner stated that, as all Board mem- 
bers knew and as the press had already reported, 
he would be retiring on June 30. At this time Mr. 
Mansfield was asked to absent himself from the 
meeting. Chairman Richard Vincent of the Person- 
nel and Policy Committee stated that his commit- 
tee had given considerable thought over a long 
period of time concerning the successor to Com- 
missioner Sanford. He moved, seconded by 'W. P. 
'Wheeler, that J. B. Mansfield be elected (Commis- 
sioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic As- 
sociation for a period of four years, beginning July 
1, 1972, the annual salary to be set at a later date. 
The motion was carried unanimously. The Com- 
missioner stated that he was very pleased on the 
Board action, Mr. Mansfield having been a very 
valuable member of the Association staff since 
1949. 

The Commissioner was authorized to accept for 
the Board of Control applications for the position 
to be vacated by Mr. Mansfield. 

■William C. Doan moved, seconded by Roy L. 
Winchester, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning January 1, 1972, and ending Feb- 
ruary 29, 1972, be allowed. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business, tlic meeting 
ad.journed. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL. 1972 



Page Three 



(In 



Schedule of Events 

K.H.S.A.A. State Track Meets 

Classes A and AA, Girls and Boys 

U. K. Sportscenter, May 27, 1972 

regional meets the track events should 

run in this order.) 

Track Events 



11:00 A Girls 
11:05 AA Girls 
11:15 A Girls 
11:20 AA Girls 
11:30 A Boys 
11:35 AA Boys 
11:45 A Girls 
11:50 AA Girls 
11:55 A Bovs 
12:00 AA Bovs 
12:05 A Boys 
12:15 AA Bovs 
12:25 A Girls 
12:35 A A Girls 
12:45 A Boys 
12:55 A A Boys 
1:05 A Girls 
1:15 AA Girls 
1:25 A Boys 
1:30 AA Bovs 
1:40 A Girls 
1:45 AA Girls 
1:50 A Bovs 
1:55 AA Bovs 
2:05 A Girls 
2:15 AA Girls 
2:25 A Boys 
2:35 A A Bovs 
2:45 A Girls 
2:55 AA Gu-ls 
3:05 A Boys 
3:10 A A Bovs 
3:15 A Girls 
3:20 AA Girls 
3:25 A Boys 
3:40 AA Bovs 
3:55 A Girls 
4:00 AA Girls 
4:05 A Girls 
4:15 A A Girls 
4:25 A Boys 
4:35 AA Boys 



440 Yd. Relay 
440 Yd. Relay 
50 Yd. Hurdles 
50 Yd. Hurdles 
120 Yd. Hurdles 
120 Yd. Hurdles 
100 Yd. Dash 
100 Yd. Dash 



100 Yd. 
100 \'d. 



Dash 
Dash 
One Mile Run 
One Mile Run 
880 Yd. Relav 
880 Yd. Relav 
880 Yd. Relay 
880 Yd. Relay 
440 Yd. Dash 
440 Yd. Dash 
440 Yd. Dash 
440 Yd. Dash 
80 Yd. Hurdles 
80 Yd. Hurdles 
180 Yd. Hurdles 



180 Yd. 
880 Yd. 



880 Yd 

880 Yd. Run 

880 Yd. Run 

880 Yd 

880 Yd, 

220 Yd. 

220 Yd, 

220 Yd, 

220 Yd. 

Two Mile Run 

Two Mile Run 
50 Yd. Dash 
50 Yd. Dash 

Mile Relay 

Mile Relay 

Mile Relay 

Mile Relay 



Hurdles 
Medley Relay 
Medley Relay 



Run 

Run 

Dash 

Dash 

Dash 

Dash 



FIELD EVENTS 

10:00 A Girls Long Jump 

10:00 A Boys Pole Vault 

10:00 A Boys Discus 

10:00 A Boys High Jump 

10:00 AA Boys Shot Put 

11:00 AA Girls Long Jump 

11:00 A Girls Discus 

11:00 AA Boys High Jump 

1:00 A Girls High Jump 

1:00 AA Boys Pole Vault 

1:00 A Boys Shot Put 

1:00 AA Girls Discus 

1:00 A Boys Long Jump 

1 :00 AA Boys Triple Jump 

2:30 A Girls Shot Put 

2:30 AA Boys Discus 

2:30 AA Boys Long Jump 

2:30 A Boys Triple Jump 

2:30 A A Girls High Jump 

3:00 AA Girls Shot Put 



Baseball Area Leaders 

K.H.S.A.A. ti-ained area representatives in 
baseball, who are currently conducting clinics for 
coaches and officials and who are assisting with 
registration and assignment of officials, are ren- 
be dering a fine service to the Association. The 
names and addresses of these men, with the resi- 
dence and business phone numbers (residence 
numbers given first), are as follows: 
W. P. Russell, 1112 Elm Street, Murray, 753-8722, 

753-5125 
Eldridge Rogers, 310 Talbert, Hopkinsville, 885- 

5571. 886-3921 
Al Giordano, 107 Ratliff, Princeton, 365-5680, 365- 

5615 
Curtis Gaines, 1514 Young Street, Henderson. 826- 

9933, 827-3537 
Jerry Kimmel, Beechmont, 476-2656, 476-8375 
James H. Moonevhan, Franklin, 586-4989. 586-4451 
Carroll Elliott, 307 College Street, Elizabethtown, 

765-4007. 765-6118 
Shelby Winfrey, 315 Sharon Drive, Campbells- 

ville, 465-8392, 465-8392 
Rov Chne. 1194 Lincoln, Louisville, 637-8249, 774- 

7632 
Bill Ring, 481 Rookwood Pky., Lexington, 299- 

7089. 255-8492 
Jim Johnson. 174 Pinehurst Drive, Frankfort, 223- 

2822, 875-1535 
Bunnv Davis. 598 W. Lexington, Danville, 236- 

3002. 236-2606 
Kenneth Ashley, Science Hill, 423-3215, 679-4942 
Richard Morgan, Route 6, Box 64, London, 864- 

6511, 864-5114 
James Kidwell, 1112 Parkway, Covington. 291- 

6856, 581-9141 
Buddy Roe. Isom, 633-2973, 633-2961 
Robert Daniels, Box 2, Van Lear, 789-3931, 789- 

4932 
Don Hardin, P. O. Box 88, Morehead, 784-7698, 

784-7696 
Dale Griffith, 2714 Lorraine Street, Ashland, 324- 
2497, 325-5811 

Medical Seminar 

Eastern Kentucky University will host a one- 
day "Medical Aspects of Sports" seminar Thurs- 
day, May 18, Dr. Wilbur R. Houston, director of 
the EKU Student Health Center, has announced. 
The clinic will be jointly sponsored by the 
Kentucky Medical Association, the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, and the De- 
partment of Health Education at Eastern. 

Tlie day's activities will include lectures, 
demonstrations, and consultations especially de- 
signed for physicians, school administrators, teach- 
ers, coaches, trainers, and student managers or 
trainers. 

Presiding at the seminar will be Dr. Robert 
McLeod of Somerset, chairman of the KMA Com- 
mittee on School Health and Medical Aspects of 
Sports. 

Clinicians will be physicians, university in- 
structors, university and high school athletic 
trainers, and coaches. Specific consultation booths 
will be available for football, basketball, track, 
baseball, swimming, wrestling, golf, tennis, gj'm- 
nastics, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 
A sampling of the topics includes taping, 
girls and women in sports, heat illness and nu- 
trition, drugs, equipment, specific injuries, and 
resusitation. 

(Continued on Page Twelve) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1972 



1972 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 25-26, 1972 



TEAM SCORING— CLASS "AAA" BOYS 



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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay- 

1. Paul Blazer 

2. Atherton 

3. Eastern 

4. Tates Creek 

5. Ballard - _ 

6. Westport 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

1. R. Nolan, Atherton 

2. S. Sheridan, Trinity 

3. S. Smock. Trinity 

4. K. Daniels, Seneca _ 

5. D. Farrisee, Ballard 

6. S. Dunn, Blazer 



1:48.8 
1:49.4 
1:49.6 
1:50.9 
1:52.2 
1:53.2 



1:51.7 
1:53.7 
1:56.6 
1:59.6 
2:00.5 
2:03.1 



3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

1. T. Hennessey, Atherton . 2:04.9 

2. J. Ockerman, Henry Clay . 2:04.9 

3. R. Rubenstein, Westport 2:08.0 

4. T. EU, Blazer __ _ _ 2:09.9 

5. T. Barney. Blazer 2:10.1 

6. B. Bertke, St. Xaxier 2:13.5 

Hennessey set a new state record in 

this event with his time of 2:04.9. 



4. 50 Yard Freestyle — 

1. D. Dean. Westport 

2. R. Eli. Blazer 

3. S. Carpenter. Trinity 

4. K. Richards. Tates Creek 
p. G. Shepherd, Blazer 



6. D. Pollock. Daviess Co. . 

5. Fancy Diving — 

1. R. Riede. St. Xavier 

2. T. Garr. Eastern 

3. T. Eaves, Westport 

4. M. Howard. Fern Creek 

5. T. Englebert. St Xavier 

6. J. Turley, Henry Clay __ 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

1. T. Hennessey, Atherton 

2. R. Rubenstein. Westport 

3. R. Eli, Blazer _ . 

4. J. Grubbs, Eastern 

5. B. Fowler, BaUard 

C. Burkle, Trinity 



6 



:24.5 

380.15 
368.25 
367,60 
360.40 
357.55 
353.15 



55.9 
56.3 
56.5 
58.8 
59.5 
59.6 



4. M. Ittman. Henry Clay _ .. 4:12.2 

5. K. Daniels, Seneca _. 4:17.9 

6. M. Powell, St. Xavier 4:22.3 
Ockerman set a new state record in 

this event with his time of 3:53.1. 



22.5 
22.7 
23,5 
23.8 
24.2 



7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 

1. D. Dean, Westport :49.1 

2. T. Barney, Blazer _ :51.8 

3. S. Smock. Trinity :52.7 

4. P, Kriesle, Atherton :54.1 

5. K. Richards, Tates Creek :54.7 

6. M. Thomas, Trinity _ :54.8 
Dean set a new state record in this 

event with his time of 49.1. 

8. 400 Yard Freestyle— 

1. J. Ockerman. Henry Clay - 3:53.1 

2. R. Nolan, Atherton _ . _ 3:54.7 

3. S. Sherian, Trinity __ 4:05.8 



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11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay— 
1 Paul Blazer 3:28.12 

2. Westport .- 3:28.14 

3. Atherton _ 3:34.0 

4. Trinity .__ _ .4:34.9 

5. Eastern _ —3:43.5 

U, St. Xavier 3:49.2 

Paul Blazer set a new state record 
ni this event with the time of 3:28.1. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1972 



Page Five 



Plantation Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 25-26, 1972 



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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay — 

1. Sacred Heart -- - 2:03.9 

2. Henry Clay 2:04.0 

3. Ballard 2:06.0 

4. Eastern .. 2:08.1 

5. Westport 2:08.2 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle — 

1. R. Wright. Ballard 1:59.6 

2. D. Epperson. Sacred Heart -_ 2:02.2 

3. J. Jutton, Seneca - 2:06.1 

4. P. Higgs. Sacred Heart 2:06.3 

5. S. Neumann. Westport 2:07.3 

6. M. Lyverse. Eastern 2:11.0 
Wright set a new state record with 

her time o£ 1:59.6. 



3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

1. T. Potts. Atherton 2:13.8 

2. J- Durham. Eastern 2:20.6 

3. C. Sheridan. Sacred Heart _ 2:22.6 

4. M. Tougher. Assumption 2:27.7 

5. K. Estep. Seneca 2:29.9 

6. S. Kessinger. Henry Clay 2:312 
Potts set a new state record in this 

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4. 50 Yard Freestyle— 
1 B. Sprigg. Ballard - :26.7 

2. L. Shiftier, Paul Blazer _ _ :26.9 



J. Ray, Atherton . :27.3 

J. Henderson, Westport _ _ :27.4 

A. Harvey, Henry Clay :27.6 

L. Seldon. Ballard :28.5 

5. Fanc.v Diving — 

B. Palmieri, Ballard . . -- 415.90 

J. Morrison. Ballard 329.95 

M. Sanders. Eastern __ . 281.10 

L. Wade. Lafayette --^ 231.75 

D. Hoge. Waggener 214.60 

M. Parks, Henry Clay 212.15 



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1 R. Wright, Ballard 1 

2. J. Kleinert. Sacred Heart 1 

3. P. Moore. Henry Clay 1 

4. N. Campisano, Sacred Heart 1 
5 J. Henderson. Westport ._ 1 
6. N. Nesbill, Ballard 1 



6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

P. Borah. Seneca _ _ _ 1 

M. Tougher, Assumption _ 1 

S. Kessinger, Henry Clay ._ 1 

S. Borah, Seneca 1 

R. Boone. Waggener _ 1 

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D. Epperson. Sacred Heart :57.0 

B. Sprigg, Ballard :58.3 

J. Ray, Atherton :58.5 

H. Guelich, Ballard . ... :59.4 

A. Nickens, Ballard __ 1:00.1 

L. Shiffler, Blazer 1:01.0 

8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

P. Borah. Seneca _ 4:17.5 

C. Sheridan, Sacred Heart - 4:23.6 



Wright set a new state record in 
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10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

T Potts. Atherton _ 1:10.2 

J. Durham, Eastern -- - J:;|-6 

L. Seldon, Ballard ^'JS, 

K. Estep. Seneca }•}§■? 

H. Guelich. Ballard ^-J"-; 

B Gustafson, Atherton 1:19.0 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay— 

Ballard — J'l?? 

Atherton 3:54.6 

Seneca 4:02.8 

Eastern .?„„ 

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Waggener - — 4:25.9 

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Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1972 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Baseball Officials 

(List compiled April 1) 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is that of the 
home phone. 
Adams, Austin D., 2522 Pennacook Road, Apt. 2, Louisville, 

366-2022, 935-1345 
Adams, Jerry, 404 W, Maple Street, Nicholasville, 885-4375 
Allen, Thomas E.. Rt. =2, Vine Grove, 828-2889, 422-3214 
.■Mile, Bert E.. 1008 Federal Way, Flatwoods, 836-6538, 

324-6114, Ext. 215 
Amburgey. Manuel. Letcher, 633-7021, 633-2524 
Anderson, Kenneth. 861 Parkway Drive. Louisville. 637- 

1769, 459-1500 
Asbridge, Tony, Rt. 3, Bo.x 88A. Corbin, 528-4401, 528-2500 
Atchison, Jim, Rt. 2. Dry Ridge, 824-5877, 824-5877 
Barnes, Samuel Stephen. Rt. 2. Bo.x 169, Bardstown, 348- 

8779 
Battoe, Darrvl Stevan, 2S26 Meadow Drive, Louisville, 

458-2380. 345-0906 I Florida I 
Bemiss, Eugene, R. R. 3, Shelbvville, 633-3295, 633-1625 
Bishop. Edward L., 2017 Scott, Covington. 581-2816. 922-4080 
Biter, Charles D., 6602 Moorhaven Drive. Louisville. 239- 

3580. 452-4676 
Blevins. Boone Jr.. Staffordsville. 297-4842. 297-3738 
Booker. James M.. Star Rt. 42168. Brownsville. 597-3449. 

597-2118 
Borabeck. Larrv. P. O. Box 333, Campton, 668-8535 (Bus.) 
Bosse, William J., 3306 Roger Street, Covington, 291-8765 
Boucher. Larry G.. Jr.. 645 Raven Avenue. Frankfort. 

223-5419. 223-5419 
Bowling. Johnny Paul. 100 Pine Street. Hazard, 436-4590 
Brandenburg, Ronnie Lee, Box 42, Beattvville, 464-8931 
Branstetter, Charles E.. 213 Short Street, Horse Cave, 786- 

2032, 524-5211 
Brown, Thomas Owen, lOOO Hill Avenue, Owensboro, 

683-3342 
Brumback, Randy. Owenton, 484-2021 
Bryant, Thomas O,. 507 Southland, I,ouisv:lIe, TUl 71.108, 

361-7818 
Burdette, Wallv M,, 525 Auburndale Avenue. Louisville. 

366-5559 
Busch. Bruce C. 2919 Brinkev Way. Apt. 24. Loui.=;vine. 

361-9178 (Bus.) 
Burke. John Alan. 118 Walnut Street. JefiersonviHo. 

Indiana, 283-7678. 4.52-8381 
Bushkar. John. 6609 Stranuood Drive. Englewood Ohio. 

836-8044 
Callis. Herbert, 1646 E. 17th Street. Bowling Green. 842- 

2340. 842-5351 
Camic. David. R. R, 5. Bohon Road. Harrodsburg. 734-3663 
C'EDpel. William F.. 822 Perry Street. Covington. 431-0232. 

921 3070 
Castelluccio. Richard. 4352 Chaooel Drive, Cincinnati, 

Ohio, 921-3474, 232-2700 
■Chandler, Roger, R. 3, Shelbyville. 033-3235. 63S-2653 
Charles, James B,, 15 Cook Avenue, Winchester. 744-5296, 

255-7991 
Chasteen. Earl. 109 Tavlor Drive. Cvnthiam, 234-4897. ?87- 

2040 
Cherry. Robert Lee. 1063 Redwood Drive. Lexini^ton, 202- 

8734 252-3212 
Clark. James R., Rt. 2, Whitesville. 233-4419, 233-5253 
Clemmons. Billy H.. Rt. 2. Smith's Grove. 5U7-:iS55, 507-2932 
Clemmons. Douglas M., Box 236, Edmonton. 432-4393. 432- 

3331 
Collins. Charles Russell. Auxier Road. Prestonsbor.^. 836- 

2462. 886-3891 
Collins. William E.. Jr.. Millwood. 879-8183 
Combs, Ira D., Jeff, 436-3C02 
Cox, Leon, R. 1, Wineo, 376-5255 
Coyle, Kenneth W.. 433 Northside Drive. Lexington. 299- 

4515 
Cummins. Howard. 319 South Bavly Avenue. Louisville, 

897-6259, 393-5524 
Dalrvmple, William W., 9002 Wooddale Drive, Louisville, 

937-7981, 935-3511 
Daughertv, Roger F., 210 E, McLaughlin. Madisonville, 

821-6676 
Davis. Morqan. 9201 Mitchell Lane, Valley Station, 935- 

4400. ,580-4230, Ext. 240 
Dunn. Paul W.. 1442 Taylor Avenue, Louisville, 458-4465 
Duy,-?11. Danny. 2007 Wink Court, Owensboro, 683-2274, 

684-3202 
Fdrington, Doue, 122 Douglas Park, Louisville, 361-4001 
Eden, Ronald Wayne, 113 Buckwood Drive. Richmond, 

623-3122 
Eicher. Jack, 24 Alexander Drive. Danville, 236-8713, 236- 

6373 
Elmore. Robert, 2254 Venus Way, Ft. Mitchell, 331-2G94, 

251-4285 
Enele William C, Box 46. Hindman. 785-5543 
Estes Walter R.. 2776 Flamingo. Owensboro. 683-1808. 
684-9814 



Etzel. Michael J.. 3407 Sutherland Drive. Lexington, 272- 

1988. 258-4660 
Eyl. Eddie. Jr., 2252 Bradford Drive, Louisville, 452-1001 
Ezell, Jerry Wayne. 149 N. Kentucky. Hopkinsville, 886- 

7114 
Fannin. Charles E.. Rt, 2, Box 154, Catlettsburg, 739-5221 
Farmer. Joseph T.. Box 23, Beckham Hall, Richmond, 

625-4753. 528-3508 
Fennell. Robert E,, 503 Lexington Avenue, Newport, 581- 

8083, 291-5250 
Ferry, Walker D., Rt. 2, Box 162, Bardstown, 348-5871, 

348-5913 
Fields, Ronald M., 233 Fairview Drive, Henderson, 826- 

9859, 826-8381 
Fisher, Larry J., Berea Blvd., Poplar Highlands, Raceland, 

836-6848, 325-8511. Ext. 858 
Francis. William L.. Box 127. Mt. Washington, 239-9859. 

448-2640. Ext. 51 
Freeman. Joe T.. 125 Byron Drive, Paducah, 898-2006, 

898-2006 
Froedge. Ronnie B.. 118 North Sunset Circle, Hopkinsville. 

885-8611 
Garland. Larry. 126'. 12th Street, Lexington, 253-2557 
Gaskin. Donald Wayne. P. O. Box 22, Jamestown, 866- 

6184 343-4222 
Gent, Herman T.. Rt. 1, Box 369, Middlesboro, 248-5902, 

248-3300 
Goodman. Bennie Ray. Rt. 2. Box 204. 'Cecilia. 862-4638, 

862-3924 
Gramig. Joe. 3007 Monka Lvnn, Louisville. 447-8375. 366- 

9561, Ext. 523 
Gray. Dale. General Delivery. Cloverport. 788-6718. 843- 

3115 
Gray. Kenneth B.. 210 Bemis Lawrence. Bowling Green. 

748-3994 
Gray. Ra\inond Keith. Livcrmore. 278-2615. 733-4381 
Haines. William E.. 214 Cross Street, Oak Hill, 682-6420, 

682-4055 
Hall. Michael. Box 165. Beechmont. 476-8555 
Hall. Roger. Rt. 3. Box 494. Pikeville. 432-3392 
Hanna. Mark. Fordsville 
Hardin. William E.. P. O. Box 2, Bardstown, 348-8472, 

336-3718 
Henderson. Charles. Leitchfield 
Henson. James P.. R, R, 1. Fordsville. 233-4473 
Herrick. Calvin P.. Jr.. 200 S. Arnold Avenue. Prestons- 

burg. 886-3494. 886-2311 
Hina. Henry B.. R. R. 1, Sturgis. 333-5933. 333-4008 
Hinton. Henry E.. Ardmore Lane, Shelbyville. 633-1032. 

452-4676 
Hollingsworth. Henry R.. Box 481, Elkton, 265-2340. 265- 

2545 
Hord. Ronnie D.. Box 74. Campbellsville, 465-5871, 465-7771 
Howard. Doyl. Box 15. Napfor. 436-5808 (Bus.) 
Howard. Murph. Box 669. Harlan. 573-3094 
Hudson. Douglas. Worthville. 732-6423 
Hudson, Mark D.. Box 18 Mattox Hall. EKU. Richmond. 

623-9862 
Huffman. John P.. 215 Bank Street, Pikeville. 432-1519, 

437-6236 
Hunley. Eugene, Box 66. Essie 

Hurst. Terry, 416 Kentucky Court, Lexington, 266-2672 
Hurt, Thomas 'C. 122 Hamilton Avenue, Lancaster. 792- 

3067. 792-2312 
Jamerson, Wilbur. Box 1. Bypro. 452-2585 
Jarboe. Ronald L., 13906 South Lyons Avenue, Valley 

Station, 935-9499 
Jenkins, James R.. 3635 Fithian Street. Cincinnati, Ohio, 

251-0812. 251-4285 
Johnson. Eddie Eugene. 109 So. Atkinson. Earlington, 

383-5412. 821-6224 
Jones. Harold. Mt. Vernon. 256-2287 
Jones. James Michael. 104 Church Street. Manchester, 

598-5.385. 598-2145 
Jones. James Dixie, Route 2, Princeton 
Jones, Joe S., 203 Green Street, Manchester, 598-3793, 598- 

2129 
Justice, Paul Winston. 101 Hanover. Richmond. 623-1995 
Kasev. Mike. 220 Springwood Drive. Henderson. 827-2282, 

826-9568 
Kearns. Wayne. 216 N. Miller Street. Cynthiana. 234-2297. 

234-1100' 
Kellev. Richard H.. P, O. Box 1,505. Ashland. 928-9423. 

325-1751 
Kidwell Gary R.. Box .321. Vanceburg. 796-2653. 796-2831 
King Mike Route 6. Box 69. Franklin. 586-4729. 745-4295 
Klump William R., 2074 Eastern Pkwy. Louisville. 451- 

3632. 636-4781 
Lamar. Huston. Lewisport 
Lambert Irvin. 5110 Rural Way. Louisville. 582-5504. 

969-4718 
Latham. Gene, R. R, 4. Albany. 387-6585 
Lewis Dennis 519 N. 4th. Bardstown. 348-9269. 348-5913 
Lile Clyde F 429 Henderson Drive. Hopkinsville, 886- 
5584,' 886-4463 



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Littlepage. Pryce, 610 Oak Street. Madisonville. 821-1642, 

821-3247 
Long. Rickj- Wayne. 1208 Daviess Street, Ovensboro, 683- 

5398 
Louden. James, 10 Smith Street. Florence. 371-7699 
McBride, W. Kenneth. 157 St. WilUam Drive, Lexington, 

266-7786, 255-6666 
McClure, Frank E., 316 Higliland Avenue. Raceland 
McClure, Jerry, 1857 Courtland Drive, Lexington 299-5465. 

269-1396 
McCord, Bob, 733 Gentry Lane. Madisonville. 821-0267, 

383-5511 
Mccormick, Roy, Box 303, Aberdeen. Ohio, 795-2441. 564- 

5285 
McCubbin. Kent, Greensburg Street, Colmiibia, 384-4529, 

384-2751 
McDonald ,Walter Dixon. R. R. 7, Marion, 965-3447, 965- 

2248 
McGlone, Leonard, 73 East Tvgart Road, Greenup. 932-3718 
Mcintosh, Charles, Route 3, Shelbvville, 633-4690 
McKinney. Tony, Rt. 6. Morganto\vn. 526-4698 
McLaren. Harold W., Danville Road, R. R. 2, Lancaster, 

792-4243, 365-2191 
McMurtrev, Tim, Summer Shade, 428-3803, 748-3795 
McPeck, Robert R.. 4305 Sltadvville. Louisville. 964-1057 
McQuearv. Ralph, Box 381. Columbia. 384-2290, 384-2751 
Manasco, Norman, Box 18, Elkton, 265-5119. 265-2430 
Mason, Edwin M., 913 Vickers Village, Richmond, 623- 

8606, 622-2896 
Mattingly, Bernard, Bo.x 57. Hardinsburg, 756-5671 
Maxey, Richard E., P. O. Box 87, West Somerset, 678-4888, 

679-1249 
Meredith, Daryl, Box 242, Leitchfield, 259-4158 
Meredith, M. Kenneth, 9905 Stonestreet Road. Louisville. 

935-4607, 634-1551, Ext. 296 
Minogue. Marty. 3826 Ormond Road. Louisville. 896-0518 
Moore, Marvin, Riceville =5. Morehead. 784-6467. 784-5792 
Moore. Phillip H., RED 6. Bowling Green, 843-4914 
Morehead, David, 1006 Central Avenue. Hopkinsville 
Morgeson. James R.. 221 N. Forrest Street, Lebanon, 

692-2846 
Morris, Dean, R. R. 2. Edmonton, 432-5231 
Morris, T. John. Jr.. 6629 Charann Lane. Cincinnati. Ohio, 

542-6713, 321-6355 
Murphv, David Garv, 227 College Street, Lebanon, 692- 

4439 
Murrav, James Paul. R. R. 1. Salvisa. 865-2930. 734-9552 
Nail. Dennis C. 1706 Ryan, Mturav, 753-2792. 762-2798 
Newton. Jerrv L.. P. O. Box 244. La Center, 665-5329, 

442-6143 
Padgett. R. K.. 112 Richardson Drive. Somerset. 678-5485. 

678-4141 
Pardue, Eugene. Box 33. Cloverport. 788-6530. 788-3388 
Parker. Herb F.. 1405 Sioux Place. Owensboro. 684-4373. 

683-2401. Ext. 387 
Parker, Larrv Alan, Box 428. Russell. 836-8713 
Partin. Harold David. 3402 Kelland Wav. Louisville. 447- 

3543. 935-1345 
Pearl. George W.. Jr.. 3112 Vogue Avenue. Louisville 
Peden. Harlan C. 11, 401 Cherilvn Circle, Hopkinsville, 

886-4195 
Pendvgraft, Doug, R. R. 1. Danville. 236-8443. 734-9552 
Perrv, Allen. Route 3. Cadiz. 522-9957. 522-6553 
Phelps. Clovis. Jr.. Somerset. 678-8683. 678-4020 
Poe Thomas R.. 1430A Huntsville. Lexineton. 293-0631, 

233-2000. Ext. 3445 
Pollock, Robert G., R. 1. Irvington. 547-5341 
Powell. Kellice M.. 859 Panham Drive, ClarksviUe, Ten- 
nessee, 647-5031 
Powers. Cark. 119 12th Street. Lexington. 254-2158 
Prather. Lee R.. R. R. 1. Duncan Avenue. La Granse, 

222-9304 
Purcell. Jmi, Route 1. Cane^■\-iIle. 879-6056. 879-4211 
Quarles. Mac. 720 Woodland. Frankfort. 875-1008. 235-6075 
Ray. CoUis R.. 809 N. 32nd. Paducah. 442-2146. 442-1979 
Reif. Harry F.. 902 Westview. Louisville. 363-5540 
Reinhart. Wm.. J., Sr.. 7805 Daffodil Drive. Pleasure Ridge 

Park, 935-4657. 368-2581. Ext. 62 
Riggins. David C. Estill Co. High School, Irvine, 724-3537 

I Bus.) 
Riley. James Douglas. Rt, 7. Bowling Green. 843-6700 
Risen. Johnnv Berry. 197 3rd Street. Ravenna. 723-2852, 

723-4240 
Robinson. Tony L.. 407 Bell Street. Princeton 
Rock. W. A., Greenview Drive. Cave Citv, 773-8381, 453- 

2722 
Rodgers, Billv Gerald. General Deliverv. Farmington 345- 

2110 
Rogers, Bob, 232 Bernard Drive, Madisonville, 821-0144, 

383-5511 
Rowland. Cliarles Rav. P. O. Box 761. PaintsviUe. 783-3351 
Rudolph. Phillip L.. 636 Madisonville Street. Prmceton 
Ruhe. R. Douglas. 2671 Bartltas Place. Cincinnati. Ohio, 

729-0296. 251-2400 



Runyon, Tommy Dean, Box 181, Belfrv. 353-7883. 353-7362 
Salsbury. Don. 1029 Legion Pk. Road. Greensbm-g. 932-5577 

932-5391 
Salyer. Jesse B.. Paget, 265-4399. 783-4890 
Sammons, John I.. 1105 Elm. Murrav. 753-5738 753-3642 
Sammons. Steve. 205 North Sth. Murrav, 753-9297 
Sands. Marvin. 326OI2 Oakland Avenue^ Catlettsburg. 739- 

5204. 836-8221 
Sargent. Steven F., Rt. 4. HopkmsviUe. 886-9540. 798-6205, 

Ext. 3712 
Satterly. Grant, 832 Shelbv Street. Frankfort. 223-5810. 236- 

5727 
Satterly. U. G., 832 Shelbv Street, Frankfort, 223-5810, 564- 

3350 
Sefcovic. Harold, 1120 Choctaw Trail. Georgetown 863- 

3693. 863-3910 
Sefcovic. James H.. 1120 Chcctaw Trail. Georgetown, 863- 

3693 
Sharkey, Michael E.. 4062 Mardon Place. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

921-8071 
Sharp. Jerry W.. 2426 W. Cumberland, Middlesboro. 248- 

4315. 248-2930 
Sharp, Ronnie, 140 Chasteen, Middlesboro. 248-3916 
Sharp. Tommy. Rt. 4. Box 294. Russellville. 726-9353 
Shetler. Vernon G.. 114 Sunset Place. Covington. 581-9136 
Short. Ronald E.. Juanita's. Apt. 1. Harlan. 573-6036 
Sinkhorn. Richard. Mitchellsburg. 332-7748 
Sipes. Robert L.. Jr.. Irvington. 547-5511 
Smith. Wavne N.. 313 Beechwood Drive. Campbellsville. 

465-5268. 384-2751 
Spratling. Obie L.. Masden Mobile Home Park. Radcliff. 

351-5087. 624-3742 
Stephens. Earl T.. 709 Lime Street. Russell. 836-3403. 

932-3323 
Stephens. Stephen D.. 709 Lime Street. Russell 
Stevenson .Michael G.. Route 1. Russellville. 726-9453 
Stone. Johnny Dean. Route 1. Priiceton. 365-5178 
Stone. Kirbv. 6100 Azalea Lane. Pleasure Ridge Park. 9"3- 

4741. 583-4414 
Stovall. Tom. 215 Mellwood Drive. Greenville. 338-5215. 

338-3550 
Streible. Howard P.. Box 209. Rt. 3. Shelbvville. 633-4374, 

367-6411, Ext. 281 
Strong. Paul E.. Box 704. Mavfield. 247-4600. 247-6150 
Stull. Beniamin C. 5 Center Street. Wilder. 581-3262. 291- 

5250 
Tavlor. Carl D.. 408 Bellefonte-Prncess Road. Ashland. 

325-2606. 928-6473 
Tavlor. Dan C. Jr.. Letcher. 633-7587. 633-2524 
Tavlor. Jerome. Box 1. Gamaliel. 457-3673. 457-2341 
Thompson James R.. Route 5. Russellville. 726-7443. 539- 

7711 
Thornton, Brvce C. 1115 Forest Court. Ashand, 325-3646. 

928-6414 
Thornton. Michael Allan. 1115 Forest Court. Ashland. 325- 

3646 
Tomerlin. Allen John. 3251 Poplarview Drive. Louisville. 

447-4861 
Toombs, Billv Lvnn. Rt. 1. Box 393-A. ClarksviUe. Ten- 
nessee. 648-2359. 645-4449 
Travis. Barrv L,, Box 13, Calvert Citv. 395-4063, 395-466o 
Travis. Wavne Victor. 141 Chantillev. Lexington. 255-0255 
Vincent. Jesse C. 308 Fairview Street. Greenville. 333- 

4740 
Warden. Jimmie A,. Rt. 3. Russellville. 726-9422. 726-9531 
Washer. Jamie, lin Broach Avenue. JIurrav. 753-5330, 753- 

5312 
Wavne. Bill T,. 228 >. 6th Street. Henderson. 826-9651 
Wessell. Wiliam C. Route 3, Williamstown, 824-4272, 257- 

2492 
White, John Stanlev. 1517 Fairfax Drive. Ashland. 325-2090. 

325-8511. Ext- 253 
White. Robert L.. 636 Willow Drive. Independence, 356- 

68^7, 581-4499 
White. Ted. Rt. 3. Box 20. C^nevville. 879-6651. 879-4211 
wniiams. Bobbv G.. East •'"iew. 862-4664. 862-3924 
Williams. Buford W.. c/o Marv R. Johnson. Irvington. 547- 

2543. 536-2621 
Williams. Jack. 10 Graham. Frankfort. 223-5078. 564-5586 
Williams. Jim Sam, 207 Washington Avenue, PaintsviUe. 

789-4280 
Williams. Michael. 172 High Street. Lebanon. 692-2242 

(Bus. I 
Williams. Robert M., 302 Tenn. Avenue. Somerset. 678- 

8848. 678-4516 
Wilson. Lee H.. 3011 Epworth. Owensboro. 685-2656. 684- 

0448 
Wiseman. Melvin. 410 Broadwav. Irvine. 723-2836. 723-2936 
Wooden. Claude. Route 6. Hopkinsville. 886-3540 
Wright. J. B.. Greenup. 473-7971. 473-9361 
Wyatt. Bill. Box 875. Bowling Green. 843-8098. 842-9431 
Wvlie. Wavne T.. 737 Lakeview. Lexington. 254-3055. 253- 

0733 
Yankey Steven T.. Route 3A. Springfield. 336-3748 
Zibart. Sig. 8905 Pine Lake Drive. Louisville. 267-7S90, 
587-1121, Ext. 506 



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1972 Slate Baskelball Tournament Statistics 



Total Number of games included in this report: 15. 

Total Score: For All Winners 1229: For All Losers 1036: For All Teams 2265. 

Total Time for all games from opening whistle to end of games 20 hours 46 minutes. 

Total Number of personal fouls (fouls by A plus fouls by B) 565 (all games). 

Total Number of players committing 5 personal fouls in all games 12. 

Total Number of free throw attempts resulting from Personal and Technical fouls during all 

games 763: Total number of successful throws: 490. 

Total Number of overtime games: 0. 

Total Number Of Times For All Games In This Report 

PERSONAL FOULS: 

(a) Fouls involving dribbler and guard: .. _ _ 314 all games. 

(b) Times dribbler committed foul: - - 62 all games. 

(c) Times 2 free throws were given unsuccessful thrower of field goal: 110 all games. 
BASKET INTERFERENCE: 

(d) Times per game there was basket interference or goal tending: 
at player's own basket 



1 all games. 

At opponent's basket 1 all games. 



BALL RETURNED TO BACK COURT: 

(e) Times ball was returned legally after jump at center 

(f) Times returned ball resulted in violation 



1 all games. 

2 all games. 



HELD BALL RESULT OF CLOSELY GUARDED: 

(g) Held Balls declared as a result of a closely guarded player in his mid-court 

holding and/or dribbling ball for 5 seconds __ all games. 

(h) Held Balls declared as a result of a closely guarded player in his fore-court 

holding or dribbling the ball for 5 seconds all games. 

BALL ALIVE MISSED FREE THROW: 

(i) Times ball remained alive after unsuccessful free throw: 196 all games. 

(j) Times in (i) the free throw rebound was recovered by Defense: ._ - 150 all games. 



Baseball Questions 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of 
the 1972 National Alliance Baseball Rules do not 
set aside nor modify any rule. The rulings are 
made and published by the National Federation 
of State High School Associations in response to 
situations presented. 

CLIFFORD B. FAGAN. Editor 
National Federation Publications 

1. Play: While Fl uses a windup, Rl, who is 
on 1st, reaches 2nd base before B2 hits ground 
ball which goes to F5. F5 throws the ball into 
the dugout. 

RuUng: Rl is awarded home base and B2 is 
awarded 2nd base unless B2 already has touched 
1st base before the ball left the hand of F5. If 
the ball did not leave the hand of F5 until after 
B2 touches 1st base, B2 will be awarded 3rd base. 

2. Play: On long fly ball by B3, Rl fails to 
touch-up at 3rd base after the ball is caught by 
F7, but advances to home. To prevent his return, 
F5 requests "time". He then receives the ball at 
3rd base and appeals the infraction of Rl. 

Ruling: Under such circumstances, the um- 
pire should not grant time, but if he does, the 
ball cannot become alive until it is held by the 
pitcher on his plate and the umpire has called 
"play ball" and beckoned the pitcher to pitch. 
R! might try to retui-n by way of home base 
after the ball becomes aUve, but not before. 

3. Play: Bl hits a ground ball which bounces 
on foul ground along the 3rd base side of the 
field, and the ball jumps over a small portion of 



3rd base which, although fastened, is protruding 
5 or 6 inches onto foul ground. The batted ball, 
at no time, is on or over fair territory. 
Ruling: This is ruled a foul ball. 

4. Play: Rl is on 3rd base and starts to 
break for home. As a result, Fl hurries his wind- 
up motion. Fl does not alter or interrupt the 
windup pitching motion in any way except to 
hurry through it in attempt to conserve time 
prior to delivering the ball to F2. 

Ruling: As described, there has been no balk 
committed, since Fl did not interrupt or alter his 
motion in any way except to hurry through it. 

5. Play: After B6, who bats right handed, 
hits safely, the umpire observes that his head 
protector is equipped with an extended ear flap 
which protects only his left ear and temple area, 
but none for the right side of his protector. How 
shall the umpire proceed? 

Ruling: During the 1972 season, the wearing 
of an extended earflap on one or both sides is 
not required, but strongly recommended. How- 
ever, starting in 1973, the batter must wear a 
head protector with extended earflaps on both 
sides which do cover the ears and the temples. 
For any batter or base runner failing to do so, 
the umpire shall order him to secure proper 
equipment. Anyone failing to comply shall he 
removed from the game and replaced. 

6. Play: Team appears on the field wearing 
uniforms which have one notch at the end of 
each sleeve and there is piping forming a border 
around the bottom of the sleeve and the notch. 
Are the uniforms legal? 



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BR\ AN STATION HIGH SCHOOL— SEMI-FINALIST 
1972 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Lefl to Right) Front Row: Mgr. Jeff Sharp, Mgr. Charles Mitchell. Second Row: Law- 
rence Clay, Carl Hubbard, James Clay, Louis McDowell, Jack Givens, Carl Shye, Ted 
Hundley, Charles Washington, Melvin Sykes, Ed Neal, Ron Birch, Sam Smith, Ronnie 
Williams, Paul Morgan. 



Ruling: Yes. Rule 1-1-5 does prohibit sleeves 
from being ragged, frayed or slit, but it is not 
intended to prohibit notched sleeves. The purpose 
of the restriction of the rule is to prohibit players 
from having sleeves which are tattered and torn. 
Pitchers have worn such sleeves in an attempt 
to distract the batter's attention. 

7. Play; With 2 out, SI replaces batter B6. 
Before SI finishes his time at bat, a runner is 
out to end the inning. Since SI is not charged 
with a time at bat, may B6 now return to the 
field instead of SI'? 

RuUng: Not unless the modified re-entry rule 
is in use and B6 was a starting player who liad 
not previously re-entered the game. SI became a 
plaj'er as soon as he was announced by the um- 
pire. 

8. Play: After the lineup has been an- 
nounced, but before the 1st pitch, coaclr of team 
at bat substitutes SI for Bl. 

Ruling: This is legal provided Bl is not listed 
as the pitcher. If Bl is withdrawn, he has been 
in the game even though he has not participated. 

9. Play: With the re-entry plan in use. it is 
announced that substitute Smith will pinch-hit for 
the starting catcher Brown, who is in the 6th 
place in the batting order and has played the 
entire game. When may Brown re-enter? 

Ruling: Immediately, and Brown must return 
to the 6th place in the batting order. Only the 9 
starting players may re-enter the game once the 
re-entry rule and whenever any starter re-enters 
his one time, he must always bat in the same 
position in which he was listed to bat in the ori- 
ginal batting order. 



10. Play: In the 2nd inning. SI pinch-hits 
for B6 (batting in 6th place). After SI is in the 
batter's box. he is replaced by B6. Later in the 
game, SI intends to enter again to pinch-hit for 
B6. 

Ruling: This is not legal. SI was in the game 
during the 2nd inning and, therefore, cannot re- 
turn as a player. 

11. Play: Rl is on 1st and he is the pitcher. 
SI runs for him. After a 3rd out, tlie pitclier re- 
enters. 

Ruling: This is legal provided the re-entry 
plan is being used and Rl is the starting pitcher, 
who is re-entering for the first time. 

12. Play: With runners on each base, Fl 
takes his position on the pitcher's plate in the 
windup position and starts to pump when an op- 
ponent calls "time" causing Fl to interrupt his 
delivery. 

Ruhng: As soon as the offender commits his 
unsportsmanlike act, the umpire should call 
"time" and give the immediate dead ball signal. 
In case there is a pitch, it and all ensuing action 
are disregai'ded. The umpire will then order the 
offender banislied from the field. 

13. Play: Rl, R2 and R3 are on 3rd, 2nd and 
1st bases, respectively, with 1 out. B5 hits ball 
on ground to F6, who throws to home base. The 
ball caroms off the catcher's mitt and then lodges 
behind the umpire's chest protector. The ball 
cannot be recovered initil Rl, R2, R3 and B5 have 
eacli crossed home plate. 

Ruling: The umpire sliould declare the ball 
dead and award 2 bases to each runner, including 
the batter-runner (B5J. Rl and R2 score, R3 is 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1972 



awarded 3rd base, and B5 is awarded 2nd base. 

14. Play: Bl avoids pitch which hits his bat 
and finger simultaneously. 

Ruling: It is a fair hit, or a foul hit, or a foul 
tip. 

15. Play: Bl has 2 strikes. The next pitch 
touches the gi'ound in front of home base and 
bounces through the strike zone. Bl swings at 
the pitch and F2 secures the ball in his mitt after 
the first bounce. Bl advances to 1st base while 
F2 holds the ball. 

Ruling: Bl is not out. The only time Bl would 
be out in such situation would be when 1st base 
was occupied with less than 2 out. 

16. Play: If Fl is touching the pitcher's 
plate when his overthrow becomes dead, does this 
always result in the awarding of one base in- 
stead of two? 

Ruling: It does, provided Fl is touching his 
plate in a normal pitching situation. If Fl has 
fielded a batted ball or has fielded the throw and 
is in contact with his plate when he overthrows 
a base, he is then regarded the same as any in- 
fielder. In such cases, Fl is touching his pitching 
plate, but he is not in his pitching position and 
any overthrow he would make into a dead ball 
area would result in each base runner being 
awarded two bases from where he was at the 
time the throw left the hand of Fl. 

17. Play: With 1 out, Rl is on 2nd and R2 
on 1st when B4 hits an infield fly ball. The base 
runners ai-e of the opinion that 2 are out and 
they start advancing as soon as the ball is hit. 
F4 fails to catch the infield fly and both runners 
cross home base. 

Ruling: B4 is out for hitting an infield fly ball 
with less than 2 out and 1st and 2nd bases oc- 
cupied, liowever, the runs scored by Rl and R2 
count since runners may advance at their own 
risk. 

18. Play: Rl is on 3rd, and R2 on 1st, with 
none out when Fl assumes a set position on the 
pitcher's plate. As he stretches, Rl advances to- 
ward 2nd base. Fl realizes the advance is oc- 
curring, but he does not throw to 2nd, for fear 
that Rl will break for home and score. Fl com- 
pletes his stretch, coming to a pause with the ball 
in both hands in front of his body. R2 reaches 
2nd and rounds it after which Fl delivers the 
pitch to B3, who fouls it into the stand. 

Ruling: R2 is ordered to remain on 2nd base. 
He was there prior to "time of the pitch". The 
definition of the "time of the pitch" determines 
the base to which Rl is entitled. 

19. Play: Do appeal plays include the fol- 
lowing: batting out of order; intentionally drop- 
ping a fair fly or fair line drive; running too far 
out of the base line to avoid being tagged; in- 
terfering with a batted ball; obstructing a run- 
ner; or interfering with a batted ball with de- 
tached player equipment? 

Ruling: No. In these cases, the umpire calls 
the infraction even though no opponent calls his 
attention to it. 

20. Play: With Rl on 1st, the pitcher de- 
livers a quick pitch without either a wind-up, or 
a stretch and stop. 

Ruling: This is a balk and the ball becomes 
dead immediately provided the penalty is not ig- 
nored. If the batter and each runner advance a 
minimum of one base because of a hit or an error, 
or a 4th ball on the batter, or he is hit by a 



pitch, or the catcher or any other fielder inter- 
feres, or provided 2 are out and a wild pitch 
occurs on the 3rd strike, the balk is ignored. 
Otherwise, the balk is penalized, in which case 
the pitch is neither a strike nor a ball nor a hit 
batter, since the ball became dead at the time 
the balk occurred. 

21. Play: With Rl on base, the pitcher com- 
mits a balk and the pitch is dehvered and strikes 
B2. 

Ruling: If Rl is on 1st, the balk is ignored 
smce the advance of B2 to 1st results in the fome 
advancement by Rl to 2nd. However, if Rl is on 
any other base, the penalty for the balk is en- 
forced, since 1st base is open. Because the ball 
became retroactively dead at the time of the 
balk, the hittmg of the batter is ignored. 

22. Play: With 1 out and Rl on 1st, B3 hits 
a fly ball. F4 or F8 gets the ball in his hands 
but mtentionally drops it for an attempted double 
play. 

Ruling: If the ball was over fair territory 
when the fielder got his hands on it, the umpire 
should immediately announce that B3 is out. Rl 
may hold 1st or he may advance toward 2nd at 
his o wn risk without having to retouch 1st. 

Medical Seminar 

(Continued from Page Three) 

All persons concerned with the medical as- 
pects of sports are urged to attend. There will be 
no charge for attending the seminar. 

Reservations should be made to insure ample 
accomodations, but are not mandatory. For fur- 
ther details, or to register the number expected 
to attend in a party, write Medical Aspects of 
Sports Seminar, Student Health Center, Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond, Ky. 40475. 



1972 State Golf Tournamenls 

Boys' Team Tournament, May 23-24, Lindsey Golf 

Course. Fort Knox. 
Boys' Individual Tournament, May 31-June 1, 

Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox. 
Girls' Tournament. May 23-24, Indian Hills Club, 

Bowling Green. 



A PRAYER 

It is my joy in life to find 

At every turning of the road. 
The strong arm of a comrade kind 

To help me onward with my load. 
And since I have no gold to give, 

And love alone must make amends. 
My only prayer is, while I live — 

God make me worthy of my friends! 

— Author Unknown. 



It's Time To Consider Your 



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KENTUCKY CLASS AA CHAMPION — 1972 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Esther Saalfeld, Karen Saalfeld. Betty 
Trimpe, Julie Whittle. Second Row: Mary Lou Berling, Marianne Martin, 
Peggy Berling, Karen Slaughter, Peggy Weiner, Patty Riedinger, Alice 
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PAUL G. BLAZER HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM 
KENTUCKY CLASS AAA CHAMPION— 1972 




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BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIV— NO. 10 



MAY, 1972 



SI. 00 Per Year 



Minutes of the Annual Meeting 

The fifty-fifth annual meeting of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association was held at the 
Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, on Thursday afternoon, 
April 13, 1972. 

President Morton Combs called the meeting to 
order at 3:30, and asked the Commissioner to call 
the roll. Sixty-one regularly elected delegates and 
alternates answered the roll call. Joe Ohr moved, 
seconded by J. Waymond Hackett, that the minutes 
of the 1971 Assembly, which had been sent previ- 
iously to all member schools, be approved without 
being read. The motion was carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Sanford then gave a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1971-72 
school year. 

President Combs introduced to the Assembly 
Louie Martin and Jack Fultz, recently elected to 
membership on the Board of Control respectively 
from Sections 7 and 8, who would begin their four 
year terms on the Board on July 1, 1972. 

President Combs stated that consideration of 
proposals was the next order of business. 

Clyde Hill moved, seconded by James A. Pursi- 
fuU, that Proposal I, providing that an administra- 
tor, faculty member, of coach shall be eUgible for 
membership on the Board of Control, be tabled. 
The motion failed to carry by a vote of 21-34. 

J. Waymond Hackett moved, seconded by 
Lorenza D. Davis, that Proposal I be adopted. The 
vote was 31-25 in favor of the motion, but this was 
not the necessary two-thirds vote required, and 
the proposal was declared lost. 

Clyde Hill moved, seconded by Bob Buchanan, 
that Proposal II, denying the Commissioner and 
the Board of Control the authority to assess re- 
ceipts of district and/or regional tournaments in all 
sports including football playoffs other than the 
final championship game or tournament for each 
classification, be adopted. The motion carried by 
a vote of 45-6. 

Robert L. Biddle moved, seconded by Bowman 
Davenport, that Proposal III, providing that 
"twenty-six" be substituted for "twenty-four" 
in the second sentence of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 21, 
be adopted. The vote in favor of the motion was 
38-22, but this was not the necessary two-thirds, 
and the proposal was declai'ed lost. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Jack Waff, that 
Proposal IV, providing that a student will be elig- 
ible to play any sport during his senior year pro- 
vided he does not reach his twentieth birthday un- 
til after the season is completed for that particular 
sport, be tabled. The motion carried by a vote of 
51-1. 

James A. Pursifull moved, seconded by David 
B. Cover, that Proposal V, providing that in the 
case of an all-boys high school girl cheerleaders 
from affiliated neighboring girls' schools would be 
permitted, be adopted. The motion carried by a 
vote of 49-3. 

There being no further business, the meetnig 
was adjourned. 



New Assistant 




Lee T. Mills 

Lee T. Mills, Superintendent of the Frankfort 
Cit.v Schools for the past four years and Board of 
Control member, has been named to the staff of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association as 
an Assistant Commissioner and administrative as- 
sistant to the Commissioner. Mr. Mills will begin 
his new duties on July 1. 

Tom Mills is a native of Pineville, Kentucky. At 
the Pineville High School he played football for 
four years, basketball for two years. He was in 
the Na\^ during the 1951-54 period, where he also 
participated in football. He graduated with a B.S. 
degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1957, 
receiving his M. A. degree from E.K.U. a year 
later. He has had additional work in Administra- 
tion at the Universit.y of Kentucky. 

Mr. Mills taught for two yeai-s at the PerryviUe 
High School where he coached football, basketball, 
baseball and track. He served as principal of the 
Stanford High School for four years, assisting with 
football coaching for two years during this time. 
He was principal of the Harlan High School during 
1964-65. and principal of the Frankfort High School 
during the 1965-68 period. 

Mr. Mills is a member of the First Baptist 
Church of Frankfort, and the West Fj-ankfort Ki- 
wanis Club. He is presently serving as Vice-Presi- 
dent of the Eastern Kentucky Alumni Association, 
and has been nominated to run for President elect. 
He holds membership in various educational as- 
sociations at the local, state and national levels. 
He is married to the former Miss Betty Howard of 
Pineville. There are four children. Tommy, 16; 
Randy, 14: Jennifer, 11: and David, 9. 

Mr. Mills" duties with the Association have been 
outlined as follows: 

1. He will make investigations involving undue 
influence, sportsmanship violations, and eligibility 
of players. 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1972 



VOL. XXXIV— NO. 10 MAY. 1972 

Published monthly, except Jime and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication. Lexington. Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Ky. 40501 

Editor - - THEO. A. SANFORD 

Assistant Editor J. B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington, Ky. 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Morton Combs (1968-1972), Carr Creek 

Vice-President James T. Dotson (1968-1972), Pikeville 

Directors— J. C. CantreU (1970-1974), VaUey Station; 
WUIiam C. Doan (1971-1975), Cynthiana; Arthur Hawkins 
(1972-1975), Mt. Sterling; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973), Frank- 
fort; Frank B. Simpson (1972-1975), Louisville; Richard 
Vincent (1969-1973), Sturgis; W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), 
Owensboro; Roy L. Winchester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 
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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1971-72 Basketball Participation List 

(Eligibmty) 

School's Report on Basketball Officials 

Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



Aitenlion, Officialsl 

The registration period for K.H.S.A.A. officials 
is and has been for several years the same as the 
Association fiscal year, namely July-June. Ad- 
vance apphcations for registration in football and 
basketball are not now being accepted. Previously 
registered officials in these sports will receive their 
renewal application cards at some time during the 
summer months after the new National Federation 
publications have been received in the State Of- 
fice. Previously registered officials should not send 
in their renewal fees until they receive these cai'ds. 

Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Thursday morning, April 13, 1972. 
The meeting was called to order by President Mor- 
ton Combs at 9:30. Present at the meeting were aU 
Board members. Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford, 
and Assistant Commissioners J. B. Mansfield, BiUy 
V. Wise and Louis Stout. The invocation was given 
by J. C. CantreU. 

Roy L. Winchester moved, seconded by William 
C. Doan, that the reading of the minutes of the 
March 16th meeting be waived since members of 
the Board had received copies of these minutes. 
"The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner stated that attendance at the 
1972 State Basketball Tournament for the eight 
sessions was 127,989, this representing a small in- 
crease over 1971 attendance. He reported that re- 
ceipts from ticket sales for 1972 were $245,122.00, 
this also representing an increase over 1971 sales. 
He estimated tournament profits to be somewhat 
more than the $180,000.00 realized in 1971 but con- 
siderably less than the budgeted estimate of $186,- 
000.00. He stated that a complete record of all re- 
ceipts and disbursements will appear in the an- 
nual audit. 

The Commissioner stated that on March 20, 1972, 
he had sent to each K.H.S.A.A. member school a 
referendum ballot, this being a proposal to add to 
the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution as Article XI an 
amendment providing for the disposition of Asso- 
ciation assets upon the possible dissolution of the 
Association. He stated that the proposal had re- 



ceived the approval of K.H.S.A.A. member school 
principals by a vote of 242-10. 

The next item on the agenda was to be a report 
from the Personnel and Policy Committee. The 
Commissioner suggested that Director Lee T. Mills 
and Assistant Commissioners Wise and Stout be 
excused from the meeting. Chairman Richard Vin- 
cent of the Personnel and PoUcy Committee stated 
that his committee wished to make a recommenda- 
tion at this time for an additional member of the 
K.H.S.A.A. administrative staff, this to be a person 
who would assume on July 1, 1972, the duties here- 
tofore assigned to Assistant Commissioner J. B. 
Mansfield. He stated that his committee had re- 
viewed the qualifications of nine persons who had 
applied for the position of Assistant Commission- 
er. After a considerable discussion concerning the 
qualifications of the applicants mentioned, Richard 
Vincent moved, seconded by James T. Dotson, that 
Lee T. Mills be elected to the position of Assistant 
Commissioner for a four year period, beginning 
July 1, 1972, his annual salary to be $15,225.00. 
The motion was carried by a vote of 8-1. 

Messrs. Mills, Wise and Stout then returned to 
the meeting, and Mr. MiUs was advised concerning 
the action taken by the Board, a±_ffihichJinie_Jie 
ac cepted the posit ion of Assistant Commissioner 
ana admi ni.gitrativ e assistant to Mr. Mansfield^ 

~"Ri3y L. Winchester and Arthur K. HawMns were 
named delegate and alternate respectively to the 
forthcoming annual meeting of the National Fed- 
eration. 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by W. P. 
Wheeler, that all bills of the Association beginning 
March 1, 1972, and ending March 31, 1972, be al- 
lowed. The motion was carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting ad- 
journed. 

The Cavana Award 

The Paul G. Blazer High School of Ashland won 
the M. J. Cavana Swimming Achievement Award 
for the school year 1971-72. Presentation of the 
trophy was made to Prin. Webb Young during the 
annual dinner meeting of the Association. This is 
the eleventh year for the award to be given. 

In determining the points which a school com- 
peting for the award may accumulate, the State 
Swimming Committee secures the following infor- 
mation: 1) current school enrollment (grades 9-12), 
2) number of pupils who can swim 45 feet in deep 
water, 3) number of pupils who can swim correctly 
three strokes (crawl, back crawl, elementary back- 
stroke, breaststroke, side stroke), 4) number of 
pupils who hold hfe-saving certificates (American 
Red Cross or Y.M.C.A.). The percentages of the 
student body qualifying are applied to items 2, 3, 
and 4, the maximum points for each of these items 
respectively being 40, 40, and 20. Ten points are 
given to a school having a swimming team which 
enters a minimum of three meets, six events in 
each meet. Ten points are given for team partici- 
pation (six entrants) in the State Swimming Meet. 

Cheerleading Clinics 

CUnics for cheerleaders and majorettes wiU be 
held at Murray State University during the period 
ol June 25-29. The cheerleading clinic will be spon- 
sored by Mrs. Dew Drop Rowlett and the Murray 
State Physical Education Department. The major- 
ette clinic will be sponsored by Band Director 
Roger Reichmuth and the Murray State Music De- 
partment. Miss Shirley Ross and the "Heart of 
Dixie All-Stars" will co-sponsor aU clinics. 

Students will be housed and fed in Murray State 
Dormitories and cafeterias. Brochures giving com- 
plete details on the clinics may be obtained from 
Miss Shirley Ross, 120 Company Street, Wat- 



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umpka. Alabama, 36-92; Mr. Roger Reichmuth, De- 
peratment of Music, Murray State University, 
Murray, Ky.; or Dr. Chad Stewart, Department of 
Health. Physical Education, and Recreation, Mur- 
ray, Ky. 

1971-72 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Prese;iled to the Delegate Assembly) 

Three hundred forty-four schools have joined 
the Association during the 1971-72 school year. 
This number compares with 348 members last year. 

Financial reports filed by the sixteen regional 
basketball tournament managers show total re- 
ceipts of $269,958.68. District receipts were $351,- 
137.69. These receipts represented increases over 
the 1971 receipts. 

Attendance at the State Basketball Tournament 
for the eight sessions was 127,989. This represented 
a small increase over 1971 attendance. Total tick- 
et sales amounted to $245,122.00. this also repre- 
senting a slight increase over 1971 sales. The prof- 
its derived from the State Basketball Tournament 
almost completely underwrite the K.H.S.A.A. 
budget. A complete record of all receipts and dis- 
bursements will appear in a subsequent issue of 
thp Association magazine. 

Eighteen hundred eight basketball officials. 880 
football officials. 550 baseball officials, and 55 
wrestling officials have registered with the Asso- 
ciation in 1971-72. Thirteen football rules clinics 
were held under the direction of Assistant Com- 
missioner Billv V. Wise, and 163 football officials 
took the National Federation examination for the 
hieher ratings. Of this number thirty-six were 
added to the Certified list and there were ninetv 
officials on the Approved list. Mr. Wise conducted 
eighteen basketball rules clinics. He conducted 
schools for area representatives in football, basket- 
ball and baseball. In the latter sport the nineteen 
area representatives have been holding clinics for 
umnires and coaches One hundred fifty-two 
basketball officials took the examination for the 
hieher ratings, with forty-two being added to the 
Cprtified list and ninetv-one receiving the AnDrov- 
ed rating. In 1970-71. thirty-five baseball officials 
took the examination for the higher ratings. Of 
this number six were added to the Certified list 
and twentv-two were Approved. 

Four schools have been placed on probation dur- 
ing the current school year. Violation of K.H.S.A.A. 
Bv-Laiv 17 Practice of Sportsmanship, was in- 
volved in all of the cases. 

The number of schools maintaining sports spon- 
sored bv the Association showed increases in all 
snorts excent £n.'mnastics baseball, basketball and 
riflo marksmanship. The 1971-72 figures are: bovs' 
polf 174: ffirls' golf. 54: bovs' track 212: girls' 
track. 160: bovs' tennis. 98: girls' tennis 77: bovs" 
swimmine. 47: girls' swimming. 40; boys' gymnas- 
tics. 10- girls' gvmnastics. 22: wrestling, 56: base- 
ball 287: basketball. 330: football, 195; cross coun- 
trv 117: rifle marksmanship. 9. 

In a Federal court case, it was decreed that there 
should be ten members of the Board of Control, at 
least two of whom shall be blacks: and that there 
should bp three Assistant Commissioners at least 
one of whom shall he- a black. Messrs. Frank B. 
.SimT5son and Arthur R. Hawkins have been named 
to thp Board of Control, and Louis Stout has been 
added to the administrative .staff as an Assistant 
Commissioner. All are rendering a fine service to 
thp Association. 

The Association moved into its new building on 
Cooper Drive. Lexington, early in February. Total 
cost of the property, including the site, ai-chitect's 
fee, and legal fees, will approximate $250,000.00. 
Accumulated reserves which have been built up 



Kentucky's Game Guy 




Joe Wathen 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
gave its highest award to an individual on the 
evening of April 13 when Board of Control Direc- 
tor J. C. Cantrell oresented Joe Wathen of the 
Bardstowm High School the 1972 Game Guy 
Award. The presentation was made during the 
dinner meeting of the Association. 

In nominating Joe Wathen for the award. Coach 
Garnis Martin said; 

"I want to nominate Joe Wathen, a senior at 
Bardstown High School, for the Game Guy Award. 
Joe contacted polio in his right le,g and foot at the 
age of fourteen months. He had three operations 
involving muscle transplant and the fusion of bone 
and muscle on the right ankle. The disease left 
Joe's right leg and foot smaller and shorter which 
necessitated the wearing of a built up shoe as well 
as sDlit sizes in shoes. 

"Joe has been in our football program since the 
9th grade, earning a letter the past two years as 
a center for the Bardstown Tigers. He participated 
in all phases of our practice sessions and was far 
from coming in last during the wind sprints. He 
did not ask nor expect to be excluded from any 
drill. Joe was a starter on our 1970 State Cham- 
nionship team. 

"I think this young athlete's desire to succeed 
in a competitive sport should be an inspiration for 
others to pursue a iob and have the satisfaction of 
doing it well regardless of the handicap." 

over a long period of time from tournament profits 
have made it possible for the Association to under- 
write the cost of the building without going into 
debt. The cash position of the Association is com- 
paratively low at the present time. This being true 
and also because several unanticipated expenses 
have been involved during the current fiscal year, 
the Board of Control found it necessary to make 
a percentage assessment against 1972 district and 
regional ba.sketball tournament receipts. 

The Commissioner, his staff, and the Board of 
Control appreciate the continued cooperation, as- 
sistance, and constructive critici.sm of the adminis- 
trators and coaches who represent our member 
schools. Your continued help is solicited. 



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Annual Dinner Meeting 

When the Commissioner invited Dr. Lyman V. 
Ginger to be the speaker at the annual dinner 
meeting of the Association and the invitation was 
accepted, neither he nor Dr. Ginger realized that 
the Board of Control was planning a program in 
which tributes would be given the Commissioner 
for his twenty-five years of full-time service to 
the K.H.S.A.A. As the program developed, it was 
difficult to determine which was the more sur- 
prised, the Commissioner or Dr. Ginger. 

After the Game Guy and Cavana awards had 
been presented short talks were given by several 
persons representing groups connected in one way 
or the other with the Association and the work of 
the Commissioner. These were as follows: 

Former Board Members, T. K. Stone: Coaches, 
Joe Ohr: Athletic Officials, CharUe Vettiner: Na- 
tional Federation of State High School Associa- 
tions, Cliff Fagan; Principals, James McAfee; News 
Media, Earl Cox; State Department of Education, 
Lyman Ginger. 

K.H.S.A.A. President Morton Combs presided at 
the meeting after the invocation had been given 
by Vice-President James T. Dotson. 
Approved and Certified Baseball Officials 

Some fifty-seven K.H.S.A.A. officials registered 
in baseball took the National Federation e.xami- 
nation for the higher ratings on April 17, 1972. 

Certified Officials 
Anderson, Luther S. King, James A. 

Ashley, Kenneth Kinney. Paul C. 

Bertsch, Ronald Lamb, Paul W. 

Bosse, William V.. Jr. Marlette, Ron 
Burgess, Richard N. Mattingly, Charles P. 

Bushkar, John Mooneyhan, James H. 

Cline, Roy E. Morgan, Richard 

Crager, Bobby F. Morse, Richard K. 

Daniels, Robert A. Mulligan, J. T. 

Davis, Bunny Norwood, Thomas R. 

Duerson, W. R. Pardue, Israel L. 

Durbin. Roy Rhodes. Don 

Elliott, Carroll L. Ring, Bill 

Evl, Edward W.. Jr. Roe, Buddy 

Frankel, Louis S. Ro.gers, Eldridge 

Gaines, Curtis Sandusky, Jerry 

Gibson. James Dean Shaw, Earl 

Giordano, Al Singleton. Jim 

Griffith. Edwin Dale Smith, Willard N. 
Hardin. Don G. Strain, Richard P. 

Hina. Henry B. Thornton, Brvce C. 

Hubbs. Cletus Tvre, Donald 

Jones. Frank Urlage, Richard 

Jones, Joe S. Washer, Jamie Don 

Kaufman. Alvin R. Winfrey. Shelby 

Kidwell. James S. Wingfield, Fehx G. 

Kimmel. Jerry Wylie. Wavne T. 

Zirnheld, Leonard 
Approved Officials 
Barker, Phillip M. Marshall. Barrv J. 

Brause. Allan R. Meyers, John F. 

Brown. Michael Omer, William 

Cottrell, David P'Pool, Steve 

Crooks. Bobby Evans Primm, James 
Culp, Leo Raines. J. W. 

Dill, Roger Reid, Don V. 

Elliott, Billy A. Roberts. Harry 

Foust. Ray. Jr. Sands. Marvin 

Glass, K. L. Sargent Steven F. 

Harmon, Girard K. Shinp, David E. 

Henderson, Charles A. Staten, Gordon 
Hurst. Terrv Taylor, Carl D. 

Hurt, Thomas C. Taylor, John 

LaRue. William D., .Jr. White. Roger C. 
Logan, Mike Williams. Bobby 

McCamish. Danny L. Wood, Thomas D. 
McConnell. Michael J. Wurm, Robert W. 
McDowell, Charles V. 



New Assistant 

(Continued from Page One) 

2. He will assist in gathering material, editing, 
and maihng of the ATHLETE. 

3. He will assist in managing the business af- 
fairs of the Association such as preparing the 
budget, managing office work, and ordering pub- 
lications. 

4. He will supervise building and grounds 
maintenance and operations. 

5. He will assist in the management of all state 
tournaments and meets. 

6. He will arrange for sites and managers of 
lower level tournaments and meets, and will sup- 
ply managers with instructions and entry blanks. 

7. He will secure and distribute trophies and 
awards as directed by the Trophy Committee. 

K.H.S.C.A. 

Annual Meeting 
April 13, 1972, Kentucky Exposition Center 

The Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
met in their annual meeting in Room 1, Thursday 
morning, in the Kentucky Exposition Center, 
Louisville, Kentucky with 117 members present. 

Tom Williams, Assistant Coach at Bardstown 
High School, opened the meeting with the invo- 
cation. 

President Garnis Martin, Bardstown High 
School, called the meeting to order with the fol- 
lowing officers present: Bowman Davenport, Vice- 
President, of Clarkson High School; Irv Spencer, 
Sgt.-At-Arms, of Valley High School; Joe Ohr, 
Secretary-Ti'easurer, of Estill County Schools; and 
All-Star games director Estill Branham, Bowling 
Green. 

The financial records of the All-Star Account 
and of the Kentucky High School Coaches Asso- 
ciation were read to the assembly. The financial 
reports were approved. 

As the minutes of the previous meeting had 
been published in the "Atlilete." the official pub- 
lication of the Kentucky High School Athletic As- 
sociation, it was moved that the reading of the 
minutes be dispensed with. 

Coach Jim Richards, basketball coach of the 
Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers, was pre- 
sented to the visiting coaches by President Garnis 
Martin. Richards' topic, "How To Aid Your Ath- 
letes In Getting A Scholarship," was a timely and 
informative talk. Richards pointed out that the 
super athlete will get a scholarship. However the 
border line athlete is the one who needs the as- 
sistance of his coach the most. He stated that a 
coach should let the college coaches know of the 
prospects and that a personal letter to a college 
coach is much better than a group of statistics. 
He warned that an athlete should choose a school 
where he going to be able to play and to be happy. 
A high school coach should not attempt to over 
sell an athlete, and the information furnished a 
college coach should be true. 

Richards pointed out the three most important 
attributes of an athlete — Ability — Character • — 
Academics — and stressed the academics aspects. 
He warned that a student athlete not be over pro- 
jected, and he encouraged the coaches to have 
their athletes take National Tests as frequently as 
possible, especially in the basic subjects of Eng- 
lish, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. He 
urged every coach to become familiar with admis- 
sion requirements, calling their attention to the 
minimum scores of 15 on the A.C.T. and a 717 on 
the S.A.T.. and that a projected 1.6 is required for 
a scholarship. 

The coaches were informed by Richards con- 



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cerning new rules which prohibit a college from 
speaking with a boy, nor are the college coaches 
permitted to take a boy, his parents or the coach 
out for a meal. Only one expense paid visit is al- 
lowed for an athlete. Coaches in attendance bene- 
fitted from Coach Richards appearing before the 
group. 

During the annual meeting in 1971, it was ap- 
proved that a tabulation of votes for players on 
the All-Star teams be published in the "Athlete". 
but because of space and expense a list was print- 
ed and made available to the coaches. 

A new procedure was announced for the release 
of the players names on the All-Star teams (both 
Football and Basketball). The official announce- 
ment of team members is not to be made until the 
annual meeting, at which time the squad members 
will be made public. 

Coach Joe Jaggers, Trigg County High School, 
was presented with a trophy by Vince Hancock 
symbolic of his being chosen "Coach of the Year" 
in football for 1971. His football team won the 
State Championship in Class A. 

Ray Vencil, basketball coach at Elizabethtown 
High School, was elected "Coach of the Year" for 
the 1971-72 season. Vencil guided the E'town team 
to the finals of the State Tournament. He was 
presented a trophy by Bowman Davenport, basket- 
ball coach of Clarkson High School. 

For the past two years the Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association has provided to Edu- 
cational Districts SIOO.OO for the holding of clinics 
and this being on an annual basis was approved 
again on the motion of Coach Deaton of Greens- 
burg and seconded by Coach Combs of Caverna. 

Coach Withrow of Fairdale High School pro- 
posed that the Kentucky High School Coaches As- 
sociation officers contact the office of the Com- 
missioner regarding football for the District plav- 
offs. 

A motion by Coach Moore and seconded by 
Coach Donlan that the Coaches Association contact 
the Commissioner's Office regarding the change 
of the starting date for football from September 
1st to August 1st was defeated by a vote of 31-23. 

At the suggestion of Coach Dunnigan the Ken- 
tucky High School Coaches Association is to honor 
L. J. (Butch) Charmoli for his forty-two years of 
valuable service in the field of athletics and lead- 
ership in the Kentucky High School Coaches As- 
sociation. 

Vince Hancock, football coach at Elizabethtown 
High School was presented a plaque as the retir- 
ing-president by Joe Ohr. 

In the election of officers. Joe Ohr was elected 
Secretary' - Treasurer for 1973-1974 by acclimation, 
and Harold Cole, Paul Blazer High School, was 
elected Sgt.-At-Arms. Other nominations for the 
latter office were Billy Smith. Taylor Countv High 
School: Danny Nash. Bishop David High School; 
and Gary Shaeffer. Pleasure Ridge High School. 

The meeting which began at 10:05 A.M. was ad- 
journed at 11:35. 

Executive Meeting 
April 12, 1972 

The officers of the Kentucky High School 
Coaches Association met in executive session 
Wednesday night, 6:30 P.M. at the Mid-Town Holi- 
dav Inn in Louisville, Kentucky. 

Members present were: Vince Hancock. Eliza- 
bethtown High School: Garnis Martin. Bardstown 
High School: Irv Spencer. Vallev High School: 
Joe Ohr, Estill County Schools: Bowman Daven- 
port. Clarkson High School: Estill Branham. Bowl- 
ing Green. 

Considerable discussion concerning the financial 
status of the All-Star games came before the exe- 



cutive committee, mainly because of losses over 
the past two years. 

Noting the balance of $20,494.19 being on deposit 
in the Union Bank and Trust Company in Irvdne, 
Kentucky, the executive committee authorized Joe 
Ohr, Secretarv-Treasurer of the Association to in- 
vest $10,000.00 in the Estill Federal Savings and 
Loan Association on a two years savings certificate 
bearing 5^4 per cent interest. 

The executive committee instructed the Secre- 
tai-y-Treasurer to contact the Commissioner's of- 
fice regarding comprehensive insurance for ath- 
letes and to help in the financing on a limited 
basis. 

Meeting adjourned at 9:00 P.M. 

K.H.S.C.A. 

Irvine, Kentucky 

April 8, 1972 
Executive Committee 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville, Kentucicy 
Gentlemen: 

I have made an examination of the records of the Ken- 
tucky High School Coaches Association account covering 
the period from March 4, 1971, to March 15, 1972, upon 
instructions from Mr. Joe Ohr, your Secretary. 

Receipts and Disbursements are classified and are 
shown on the attached schedule of income and expenses. 
All rceipts have been traced as deposits into the Bank 
account and all disbursements are substantiated by can- 
celed checks. 

The balance of 520,494.19 has been verified as being on 
deposit in the Union Bank & Trust Company, Irvine, Ken- 
tucky, as of March 15, 1972. 

I believe this letter and the attached schedule properly 
reflects the status of this account for the period shown. 
Respectfully submitted, 
William Sexton, Jr. — Auditor 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
Schedule of Income & Expenses for the period 
March 4, 1971 to March 15, 1972. 
RECEIPTS' 

Membership Dues S 5,330.00 

Clinic Fees 1,216.00 

Louisville Football Officials — GrapJ 43.50 



Total Receipts 

Plus: Bank Balance on March 4, 1971 

TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Postage 134.00 

Naomi Sheckler — Secretary Help 10.00 

Wm. Sexton, Jr. — Annual Audit 40.00 

Joe Ohr — Phone calls & Expenses 48.45 

Executive Meetings — Expenses 337.62 
Sports Center — 

Coach of Year Awards 131.37 

Secretary of State — Filing Fee 5.00 

AH Star Clinic Fees 700.00 
Bill Mauney — 

Grant Middle Cumberland Clinic 100.00 

Harold Cole — Grant-E.K.E.A. Clinic 100.00 

Membership Cards 42.00 
Refund to All Stars — Coaches Buffet 

187 n S3. 00 561.00 
Joe Ohr — Collection Fee 1,307.50 
Berney Miller — Grant First District 100.00 

Union Bank & Trust — Checks 2.10 

Bourbon Orleans Hotel — Deposit 20.00 

P. T. A. — 2,000 Envelopes 26.25 
Vince Hancock — Plane Fare & 

Misc. exp. 220.00 



S 6,589.50 
17,789.98 



524,379.48 



3,885.29 



Total Disbursements 

BALANCE ON MARCH 15, 1972 320,494.19 

Balance on Deposit in Union Bank & Trust Company, 

Irvine, Kentucky, on March 15, 1972 920,494.19 

Irvine, Ky. 

April 8, 1972 

Executive Committee 

East-West All Star Basketball & Football Games 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 

Louisville, Kentucky 

Gentlemen: 

Upon instructions from your Secretary, Mr. Joe Ohr, 
I have examined the records of your All-Star Account, 
covering the period February 26, 1971 to February 29, 1972. 

Classified receipts and disbursements are shown on the 
attached schedule of receipts and disbursements. The 
bank balance of 912,631.91 has been verified as being on 



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deposil in The First Secuiily National Bank & Trust Com- 
pany, Lexington, Kentucky. 

Net receipts have been traced as deposits into the 
Bank and all disbursements have been substantiated by 
canceled checks. 

Attached hereto is a separate schedule of the four sav- 
ings accounts show?ing the financial institution and the 
balances in each account. This list is self-explanatory a;id 
the balances sho\ffn were verified by telephone on April 
6, 1972. 

I believe this letter and the attached schedules prop- 
erly reflect the status of this account for the period 
shown. 

Respectfully submitted, 
William Sexton, Jr. — Auditor 
EAST-WEST ALL STAR BASKETBALL & FOOTBALL 
THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSO. 
Schedule of Receipts and Disbursements for the period 
February 26, 1971 to February 29, 1972. 
RECEIPTS: 

Total Receipts from both Games S5,987.00 
Plus Change Fund 1,500.00 



Total 




57,478.00 


LESS: 






Housing 94 @ 12.00 


1,129.00 




Meals 94 ® 33.00 


3,102.00 




Ticket Sales & Security 


250.00 




Damage to Dormitory 


64.16 




Field Preparation 


156.60 




Maids & Janitors 


98.76 




Coaches Buffet— 187 (a) 3.00 


561.00 








5,360.52 



Net Receipts from Games 
Interest Income 
Radio Rights WEKY 
Refund for Buffet — 187 ffS 3.00 
Program Receipts 

Check No. 154— Lloyd Funkhouser — 
Grant (Destroyed) 

Total Receipts 

Plus: Balance on February 26, 1971 

TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR 
DISBURSEMENTS: 

Master Printers — Printing & Supplies 399. B5 
Lloyd Funkhouser — 

Replace Check iil54 
Change for All-Star Games 
Travel Expenses, Meals, Tolls — 

All Stars 
Coaches & Asst. Coaches Salaries 
Estill Branham — Director Salary 
Billy B. Smith— Clinic Grant 
Prewilt Insurance — All Stars Ins. 
All-star Tickets 
Dr. George K. Carpenter 

(Bushong Accl.l 
Schlev Cox — All Star Photos 
Joe Ohr — Refund 
Al Vipperman — Grant 
Jack Wells — Grant 
Estill Branham — Misc. Expenses 
Sports Center — Award Jackets 
Caldwell County Athletic Fund — 

Grant 



Total Disbursements 



S 2,117.48 

282.60 

25.00 

561.00 

700.00 

200.00 

3,886.03 
18,481.96 

522,368.04 



200.00 
1,500.00 

1,632.55 

1,600.00 

1,000.00 

100.00 

318.00 

134.39 

300.00 
69.00 
19.00 
500.00 
500.00 
483.91 
779.63 

200.00 



9,736.13 



BALANCE ON FEBRUARY 29, 1972 512,631.91 

Balance on Deposit in First Security National Bank & 

Trust Company, Lexington, Ky., on Feb. 29, 1972 512,631.91 

EAST-WEST ALL STAR FOOTBALL & 

BASKETBALL GAMES 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

SCHEDULE OF SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 
1. Columbia Federal Savings & Loan Association 

Covington, Kentucky 

Accovml No. 9315 

Balance as of March 31, 1972 

Central Bank & Trust Comany 

Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STAR Account — Certificate No. 5041 

Balance as of April 6, 1972 

Citizens Union Bank & Trust Company 

Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STAR Account No. 21230-8 

Balance as of April 5, 1972 

First Security National Bank & Trust Company 

Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STARS Account No. 23588-7 

Balance as of March 29, 1972 12,667.61 



2. 



5 6,275.64 



510,000.00 



6,339.76 



Total Savings Accounts 535,283.01 

I hereby certify that the above balances have been 

verified by telephone with the above institutions on April 



6, 1972, and were on deposil as of this dale. 
This report submitted this April 10, 1972. 

Wm. Sexton, Jr. — Auditor 
203 Main Street 
Irvine, Kentucky 

Safety In Gymnastics 

Gymnastics demands a tremendous athlete 
whether male or female. Despite the spectacular 
nature of the sport relatively few serious injuries 
occur. The types of injuries that do occur are var- 
ied. The most frequent nuisance injury is blisters 
to the hands. Injuries of the upper extremities 
predominate. Some of these are: finger sprains 
especially from vaulting, and sprains of the wrist 
from falling backward on an outstretched hand. 
Sprains or dislocations are typical injuries from 
exercising on the horizontal bar and rings. Partial 
ruptures of the pectoralis ("chest), deltoid (shoul- 
der), and serratus anterior (lower chest), muscles 
also occur on the rings and horizontal bar. Some- 
times there are partial tears of the biceps from 
the parallel bars. 

Of the few serious mishaps that do occur in 
gymnastics most involve head and neck injury, 
usually due to falling on the head and neck during 
a giant swing, wrongly executed somersault, or 
maneuver on the trampoline. 

Injuries to the lower extremities center on ankle 
sprains from landing incorrectly after a dismount. 
Knee injuries are infrequent. The quadriceps often 
.<;uffers bruises from the contusion of the thigh with 
the balance beam, parallel or uneven parallel bars. 
Tlie execution of the splits can result in a pull of 
the hamstrings. The lower abdomen sometimes 
sustains blunt force through impact with the bar. 
PRECAUTIONS 

Strength — The essence of gymnastics is the 
exercise of control over body movement. The body 
provides the greatest resistance to effective con- 
trol. Therefore, the ratio of strength to body 
weight is the most important factor in assessing 
how successful a girl or boy will be in gymnastics. 
The initial phase of conditioning might require a 
combination of diet and running or some other 
endurance activity to affect excess weight loss. 
Upper body strength development is the most cru- 
cial. Strength of the upper body will reduce the 
incidence of injuries, since most of the injuries 
occur in this area. Added strength will assist the 
athlete to undergo the stress of a demanding rou- 
tine. 

Flexibility — Graceful and smooth movement 
is the absence of tightness. Flexibility makes the 
more difficult moves possible by eliminating some 
of the physical limitations caused by a restricted 
range of motion through all joints of the body. 
Flexible muscles and ligaments are less suscept- 
ible to injury. A convenient rule of thumb for 
flexibility program calls for determining the com- 
fortable range of motion for each joint. The goal 
is then to extend that range of motion in all di- 
rections. To prevent injuries limit exercises to 
those in which the individual has control over the 
range of motion. By this is meant, avoid exercises 
where ballistic (rapid) movement is involved. For 
instance, bouncing down to touch the toes with 
knees straight does not have such control built in. 
Pain ordinarily limits excessive stretching but not 
under those conditions. Pain is a safety valve 
which should not be ignored. A safer means to 
stretch the hamstrings is to position the person on 
toes and hands with knees bent. He or she then 
tries to straighten the knees. This way flexibility 
is under voluntary control and is less likel.y to 
cause iniurv. If pain is excessive the movement 
can bp limited. 

Skill — Since skill is such a major facet of gym- 



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nasties and the repercussions of a wrongly execut- 
ed movement are great, much practice time should 
be devoted to perfecting execution of each sltill. 
This demands that the individual be able to per- 
form each skill alone perfectly before incorporat- 
ing it into his/her routine. The sequence of the 
routine will increase the difficulty of skill and 
thus the routine should be practiced many times 
again before performing in competition. Also a 
relatively simple routine executed with few execu- 
tion faults will usually score higher than one with 
complicated stunts but poorly executed. Recent re- 
search suggests that gymnastics skills are specific 
and there is no progi-ession of difficulty that is 
beneficial for every individual. However, "difficulty 
should be considered when the safety of the indi- 
vidual athlete is at stake. 

Spoiling — Stand close to the performer. Be 
familiar with the routine of performer so future 
moves and mistakes can be anticipated. Know the 
mechanics of the stunt. 

TO MAINTAIN CONTACT WITH 
WITH THE APPARATUS 

Hands — Immediately before mounting, wipe 
hands with a towel. Powder witli magnesium 
chalk. For those still liaving problems with blis- 
ters elastic tape across the palm gives added pro- 
tection against blisters and yet maintains feeling 
between iiand and bar. 

Apparatus — Rub the bar with steel wood. Wipe 
with a towel. Mats positioned around apparatus 
reduce the impact of a fall. For the high bar and 
uneven parallel bars where giant swings are per- 
formed, mats should be placed 20 feet on each 
side of the direction of the swing. 

Contrary to popular folklore gymnastics provide 
evidence that intense exercise enhances the fem- 
inity of the female and balance and body control 
intensifies virilization of the male. 

— National Federation and A.M. A. 

Hot W^eather Hints 

Early fall football practice frequently is con- 
ducted in very warm and highly humid weather 
in many parts of the United States. Under such 
conditions, special precautions should be observ- 
ed. Otherwise the athlete is subiect to: 

a) heat fatigue, depletion of salt and water due 
to excessive sweating 

b) heat exhaustion, excessive depletion of salt 
and water 

c) heat stroke, overheating from breakdown of 
the sweating mechanism 

Heat fatigue dulls the athlete's skillful alertness 
and makes him more vulnerable to injury. The 
other two heat illnesses can result in serious phy- 
sical harm and even death: both are preventable. 

Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are preventable 
only by careful control of various factors in the 
conditioning program of the athlete. Basic, of 
course, is an adequate health history and health 
examination prior to participation in practice. 
With the start of fall practice, it is essential to pro- 
vide for gradual acclimation to hot weather ac- 
tivity. Equally important is the need to adjust 
salt and water intake to weather conditions. 

As the athlete becomes accustomed to hot 
weather activity, he perspires more freely (and 
thus dissipates body heaf) and excretes less salt 
(and thus conserves sodium). With a graduated 
training regimen, such acclimation can be expect- 
ed to take place over a period of about one week. 

The old idea that water should be withheld from 
athletes during workouts has no scientific founda- 
tion. In fact, such restriction, by depleting water 
in the body, can lead to heat fatigue and serious 
heat illness. During exercise in the heat, it is es- 
sential to replace — at least hourly — the water 



lost by perspiration. 

Salt also needs to be replaced daily, particularly 
during the acclimation period. Extra salting of the 
athlete's food within the bounds of taste will ac- 
complish this purpose. Salt tablets, particularly on 
an empty stomach, can be irritating and may be 
poorly absorbed. Adding one teaspoon of salt to 
six quarts of flavored water used for drinking dur- 
ing liot-weather workouts offers another approach. 

Even after acclimation, it is advisable to alter- 
nate period of strenuous exercise with periods of 
rest during hot weather. Also, it is important for 
the coacli to observe his athletes carefully for 
signs of lethargj', inattention, stupor, awkward- 
ness, or unusual fatigue. Symptoms of water and 
salt depletion may include sluggishness, headache, 
nausea, hallucinations, and/or weak and rapid 
pulse. If heat illness is suspected, prompt atten- 
tion to recommended emergency procedures out- 
lined at the end of this statement may have vital 
importance. 

The following suggestions are offered to help 
coaches prevent heat exhaustion and heat stroke 
during hot-weather athletic activity. 

1) Require a careful medical history and check- 
up prior to the beginning of practice. 

2) Schedule workouts during cooler morning and 
early evening hours in hot weather. 

3) Acclimate athletes to hot-weather activity by 
carefully graduated practice schedules. 

4) Provide rest periods of 15 to 30 minutes dur- 
ing workouts of an hour or more in hot weather. 

51 Supply clothing that is white to reflect heat, 
brief, loose, and comfortable to permit heat es- 
cape and permeable to moisture to allow heat loss 
via sweat evaporation. 

6) Furnish extra salt and water in recommended 
amounts during hot weather. 

7) Watch athletes carefully for signs of trouble 
particularly interior linemen and the determined 
athlete who may not report discomfort. 

8) Remember that temperature and humidity, 
not the sun, are the crucial factors. Measuring the 
relative humidity, by use of a sling psychrometer 
on the field, is advantageous in this regard. Heat 
exhaustion and heat stroke can occur in the shade. 

9) Know what to do in case of such an emer- 
gency, including immediate first aid practices and 
pre-arranged procedures for obtaining medical 
care. 

lO Outlaw the hazardous warm weather use of 
rubberized apparel or other dehydration devices 
by players. 

Some teams encounter hot weather during the 
season eitlier through intersectional travel or fol- 
lowing an unseasonably cool period. By this time, 
the athletes should be physically fit: nevertheless 
thev will not be environmentallv fit. Coaches who 
face this situation are advised to sciiedule prac- 
tices preceding the game at the warmest time of 
the dav to diligently subscribe to the other recom- 
mendations above, and to substitute during the 
game more freouently than normal. Tlie result 
will benefit the team's performance as well as the 
health of the athletes. 

HEAT ILLNESSES 

Heal Slroke: Collapse — with diw warm skin — 
indicates sweating mechanism failure and rising 
hodv temnprature THTS IS AN EMERGENCY: 
DELAY COULD BE FATAL. Immediatelv cool 
athlete bv tlie most exoedient means (immersion 
in cool water is best method). Obtain medical care 
at once. 

Heat Exhaustion: Weakness — with profuse 
.sweating — indicates state of shock due to deple- 
tion of salt and water. Place in shade with head 
level or lower than bodv. Give sins of dilute salt 
water if conscious. Obtain medical care at once. 



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Supplementary List of 
Registered Baseball Officials 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
if is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Adams. George David, Letcher. 633-7787 
Akemon. Rudy. Box 286. Hazard 

Armstrong. Curtis L.. 307 Copeland Road, Ft. Campbell 
Atkins, James P., 384 Tanglev Wav, Lexington, 272-1002, 
255-2381 

Barnes, Larrv G., 9214 Axminster Drive, Louisville, 267- 

7548 
Bartleson, Norman, 223 N. Street, Danville, 236-2947, 236- 

6334 
Bell, Ron K., Cooperstown, Apt. A-126, Lexington 
Bergeson, Robert D., SOB Riviera Courts, Murray, 753-6653 
Bernardini, Bruno, 5018B Hammond Heights, Ft. Campbell. 

798-6874, 798-3217, Ext, 4408 
Bersaglia, Ron, 4070 Victorian Way, Apt. 119, Lexington, 

272-1424 
Bertagna, Forrest, 3207 Rinda Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

931-3649 
Biddle, Larrv, Owenton, 484-2741, 484-3948 
Boaz, Tommy, Warsaw, 567-5161, 567-5161 
Brandon, James L,, 523 South Uth, Murray, 753-4754, 753- 

3242 
Brewer, J. Kenneth, P. O, Box 123, Campton, 668-6556, 668- 

6556 
Brown, Tommy. Route 2. Caneyville, 879-8288, 259-4091 
Burke, Michael Lee, 8101 Red Cedar Wav, Louisville, 964- 

1232, 589-4400, Ext. 632 
Butcher, Stephen, Box 14, Meally, 789-5553, 297-3674 

Cannon, DeVaughan. Rt. 1, Morgantown, 526-3917 
Carl, Parker Loren, 125 Camden Avenue, Versailles 
Chatoney, Jack W., 825 Briargate, Radcliff, 351-4804, 624- 

3616 
Clark, Clifton R., 428 E. 27th Street, Owensboro, 684-8279 
Clark, Robert. Box 581. Greenup. 473-7759 
Clements, Gene J., 5096 Boomer Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

481-3282, 481-3282 
Coffev, Charles F., 108 Rosedale, Richmond, 623-7193 
Combs, Harold A., Jeff, 436-3002 
Congleton, S. Jav, Owenton, 484-5238, 484-3434 
Conn, Hershel, Dana. 478-5505. 478-2255 
Cook, Bobby, 4 Semmole Drive, Shelbvville, 633-2105 
Cooper, Victor Holt, Box 265, Russell Springs, 866-3543 
Cox, John E., Box 122, Hodgenville, 358-3275, 624-6715 
Craig. J. D,, Rt. 4, Albany 
Curry. Randall L., Box 96, Cave City, 786-2131 (Bus.) 

Daniel. Roger T., Box 15. Paintsville. 789-3372. 886-2311 

Davis. Bunny. Danville 

Davis. James. 3386 North Bend Road, Cmcinnati, Ohio, 

661-5740, 661-5740 
Deleon, Eladio, Jr., Pike House, G. C, Georgetown, 863- 

8455 
Demaree, Lonny A., 925 Charles Avenue, Lexington, 252- 

4167, 233-2000, Ext. 2305 
Dick. Jim. Rt. 4, Albany, 387-5064 

Draper, Douglas A., 4815 Cliff Avenue, Louisville, 368-6033 
Duffy, Daniel M., 3010 Middale Lane, Louisville. 451-8808 

Easley, Jack G., Jr., Box 335, Marion, 965-2781, 389-2419 
Edington, Mike, Box 325, Vanceburg, 796-3275, 757-2661 
Elswick, Billy, Box 153, Elkhorn City, 754-5737 
Engle, Edgar Eugene, 903 Exmoor Avenue, Anchorage, 

245-5178 
Evans, John David, Jr., 109 N. Highland Avenue, Prestons- 

burg, 886-2415 

Feeback, Samuel W.. 2066 Fairmont Court, Lexington, 266- 

4871 
Fender, Paul, 120 E. Robbins Street. Covington, 431-8467 

Gardner, Larry, Route 1, Crutchfield, 838-6604, 838-6604 
Gardner, Leo L., 5051 CoUinwood Drive, Clarksville, Ten- 
nessee, 647-2,594, 798-6805 
Gav, Dennis, Route 5, Box 437, London, 864-5734 
Gibson, Kent A., 1337 Park Street, Bowling Green, 842-7000 
Goodnight, Hershel, Jr., 406 Breckridge, Franklin, 586- 

4235, 586-4742 
Goldsberry, D. Jerry, 1625 Autumn Lane, Rt. 3. Henderson, 

826-76i5, 827-3537 
Grady, Clarence O., 420 No. Main. Marion, 965-3131, 965- 

3i31 
Gradv, Wesley, 420 N. Main, Marion 
Griffith, Tim, Fairview Add. Grayson, 474-4002 

Hancock. Curtis R,, Jr., Box 265, Calhoun, 273-5273, 273- 

3690 
Harlow, Stephen J,, 3311 Schneiter Avenue, Louisville, 

366-6274 



1533 Audubon Drive, Bowling Green, 



Havslip. Charles R„ Route 2, Elkton, 265-2138 

Hickman, P, J„ 323 Wayne Drive, Hopkinsville, 886-7797, 

886-3921 
Hitt, Irving, 4032 Hycliffe, Louisville, 895-7682 
Hopson, James E., Rt, 1, Box 918M, Pikeville, 437-7772. 

432-1461 
Ilonell, Bennie. 2807 Royal Drive, Owensboro, 684-6431, 

683-4616 
Howard, Harry, Frenchburg, 768-3671 

Huddleston, Frank. Highway 62, Central City, 754-4396 
Hunter, Billy Ray, R. R. 4, Carlisle, 289-5071, 289-5071 
Hurst, James, Box 115, Bedford, 255-7382, 255-7361 
Hutchison, Marion Samuel, R, R. 3, Pans, 383-4371 

Jackson, Edward, 2507 W. 9th Street. Owensboro, 684-4664 
Jenkins, Dennis Ray, 628 Sherwood Drive, Bowling Green. 
842-5545. 843-4353 

Kelly Larry. Owenton, 484-2492 

Kuhi, Ronnie W., Rt. 4, ShelbyviUe, 633-6719. 633-2344 
Kennedy LaVelton, 1512 Lewis Street. Owensboro, 683- 
7048^ 684-7221 

Lawson, Sam, #6 Green Acres, Sanders, 347-5710, 732-5215 
Lewis, Charles H., 543rd M. P. co. (PSI), Fort Knox, 351- 
6239, 624-4531 

McAtee Victor, 3811 Lori Drive, Apt, 1-11. Erlanger. 331- 

4361, 371-5554 
McClendon, Bill, 501 Lake Street, TompkinsviUe. 487-6298. 

487-6217 „^ . 

McMurtrey, Tommy, General Delivery, Summer Shade, 

Mitchell Terry A Rt 5, Campbellsville, 465-7691, 748-3746 
Morgan,' John' P., Route 1, Oak Hill, Ohio. 682-6673 
Moseley, Jaye, Rt. 1. Calhoun, 273-3940 

Nelson, Gary Wayne 
842-1959 

Ohr, Joseph E., 521 Elm Street, Ravenna, 723-5501 

Pack William Gary, Rt. 2. Morehead. 784-4923, 845-6601 
Pelplirey Jack Rt: 1, Box 483A, Ashland, 928-9524, 532-7072 
Perkins,' 'Terry, 64 Indians Hills, Prestonsburg, 886-6701 

Phillips, Gene, 57 W. 4th Avenue, Williamson, West Va.. 

235-3597, 235-3430 
Porter, Charles M.. 403 S. Main. Marion 

Rail, Edward, 247 Maple Avenue. Danville. 236-8929, 236- 

5047 
Ramsey Gary 4919 Woodhill Lane, Louisville, 964-8957 
Rittle 'AI 1829 Edenside 3, Louisville, 454-4345, 636-3461 
Robinson, Raymond A., 226 Davis Avenue, Lancaster, 792- 

2617 
Ross. Jack A., Paintsville, 789-3478 

Sallee Ricky, Harrison Avenue, Box 81, Central City, 

754-2696 ' . ^. ■ ,■ ^u- 

Schaller, Clifford J., 5515 Reemehn, Cincmnati, Ohio, 

Rfii mnft 
Shaw James K., Box 163. Eddyville. 388-7913. 388-7913 
Shelton, Greg, Rt. 2, Lewisburg, 755-8365 
Shelton, James S., Benton, 527-9802 
Shemwell, Bobby W., Rt. 7. Glenview Drive, Glasgow, 

678-433^ 
Simpson, Patrick, Hindman, 785-5246, 785-5240 
Singleton, Jim, 6972 Leisure Lane, LouisvUle, 964-0090, 

366-9561. Ext. 524 ^. .„ ,„ „„„ 

Slusher, Vernon Leon. 522 Va. Avenue, Pineville, 337-6598, 

'J37-5300 
Stevens, Glenn Bobby, Box 163, Livermore. 278-2683 
Stevens, Irl Brian, No. Jefferson Street, Princeton, 365- 

5615' (Bus.) 
Stewart. Raymond L.. Box 405, Warsaw, 567-7701 
Studle, Ronald Otis, Village Green, Apt. J-8, Bowling 

Green, 781-3928, 843-1163 ^ , „,„ 

Sumner Carl, 8711 Cedar Creek Road, Fern Creek, 239- 

0783, 459-1030, Ext, 205 . 

Sutherland, Ronald Allen, 1621 Midland Trail, Shelbyville, 

633-5560 

Tatp Gordon C R R 2, Box 547B, Irvine, 723-3497 
Tucker; Paul Joseph, 52 Circle, Florence, 371-8482, 242-4343 

Vance John Jackson, 1201 '/z Herrington Avenue, Bowling 

V.n?o\rn:.''T'':'lt'VcL,^e^^.ine. 465-8625. 465-8625 
Votaw Tony R., 219 Southport Drive, Lexington, 277-5480, 
233-2000,' Ext. 3700 

Ware. Phillip O., 218 Sycamore Street, Owensboro, 684- 

6825, 233-5253 
Webster, Norman E., P. O. Box 436. Morgantown, 526-3343, 

505,3342 
Whitlock, Ronald, Rt. 1, Taylorsville, 4"-8«l. t^i^SO 
Williams Willie H., 347 Ohio, Lexington, 254-4359, 252-3212 
Wright, Gary Lee, Hardinsburg, 756-5280 
York, David' Gene, Albany 



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MODEL HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM 
KENTUCKY CLASS AA CHAMPION — 1972 

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(Left to Right) Front Row: John Chapman, John Clark, Bobby Rozen, John Meisen- 
heimer, Bobby Ricks, Tom Berge. Second Row: Mike Chapman, Davis Welch, Brian Boeh- 
ler, Dennis Currier, Butch Clouse, Pat Chapman, Coach Dan Lichty. Third Row: Murry 
Welch, Pete Watkins, Mark Hungerland, David Watkins, Ted Berge, Lemaur Roberts, Brent 
Congleton. 



Baseball Questions 



23. Play: Rl is on third and R2 is on first base 
with none out when B3 interferes with F2, who 
is attempting to retire R2, who is stealing second 
base. 

Rulmg: If R2 is put out, there is no penalty. If 
R2 is safe, the ball becomes dead and B3 is de- 
clared out regardless of how many were out. R2 
must return to first base. Since interference by 
B3 did not myolye any play action on Rl, Rl re- 
mains on third base. 

24. Play: With Rl and R2 on third and second 
bases, respectively, B4: (a) fails to take his posi- 
tion in the batter's box promptly or (b) steps 
out of his box just prior to the time of the pitch: 
or (c) steps out of his box during the time of the 
pitch: or (d) steps from his box to the other bat- 
ter's box on the other side of home base. The um- 
pire has not granted time even though B4 may 
have requested it. 

Ruling: In (a) and (b), the umpire shall direct 
Fl to deliver the pitch and each such pitch shall 
be declared a strike. In (c), if the pitch enters 
the strike zone in flight, it is declared a strike. 
Otherwise it shall be called a ball. In (d). B4 is 
declared out if such action occurs while Fl is in 
position and ready to deliver the pitch. Otherwise 
there is no penalty. 

25. Play: With none out and R2 on second base, 
B2 swings at pitch and misses it for a third strike. 
When F2 attempts to retrieve the pitch which he 
muffed, B2 collides with F2: (a) in the base path: 
or (b) in any area other than the base path. 

Ruling: In (a), F2 is charged with obstruction. 
If the obstructed runner (B2) and Rl do not 
reach the bases they otherwise w-ould have, the 
umpire shall award such bases to them. In (b). 



B2 is declared out, the ball becomes dead and Rl 
remains on second base. 

26. Play: With Rl and R2 on second and first 
bases, respectively, B3 hits pitch toward F4. R2 in 
advancing collides with F4 who is attempting to 
field the ball. 

Ruling: The ball is declared immediately dead 
and R2 is called out. If the umpire rules that the 
interference prevented a double play at third and 
second bases, then Rl also is out. If it is ruled 
that a double play was prevented at second and 
first bases, then B3 also is out. Not more than two 
mav be declared out, and it might be ruled that 
only R2 is out. Any remaining runners must re- 
turn to the bases they occupied at the time of the 
pitch, except that if B3 is no out, he shall be 
awarded first base. 

27. Play: With Rl, R2 and R3 on third, second 
and first bases, respectively, B4 bunts a ball just 
inside the first base foul line where F3 fields it 
about 20 feet in front of first base: (a) After ad- 
vancing about 50 feet toward first, B4 either stops 
or reverses and retreats towards home base: or 
(b) a throw by F3 to F2 strikes B4 who is ad- 
vancing in the base path: or (c) B4 pushes F3 
either before or after F3 has fielded the ball. 

Ruling: In (a), B4 has not violated by stopping 
or returning towards home base unless he touches 
or runs beyond home base or is charged with 
interference in play action at home base. In (b), 
there is no interference by B4 and the ball remains 
alive. In (c), both B4 and Rl are declared out and 
all other runners must return 

28. P!a!/: With Rl, R2 and R3 on third, second 
and first bases, respectively, B4 hits a ground ball 
to an infielder. (a) After F3 has fielded the ball, 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1972 



B4 interferes with F3 attempting to throw the 
ball to second base; or (b) Rl collides with F6 as 
he is fielding the ball; or (c) Rl interferes with 
F5, who is fielding the ball. 

RuUng: In (a), both B4 and Rl are out even 
though no throw was attempted towards home 
base. In (b). R2 is out and if the umpire rules 
that the interference, in his opinion, prevented a 
double play on any other runner, such runner also 
shall be declared out. In (c), Rl is declared out 
and if a double play is prevented, such other run- 
ner is also declared out. In all situations, no nms 
can score and the runners must return to the 
bases they occupied prior to the pitch. If B4 is not 
out, he is awarded first base and the other runners 
each advance one base. 

29. Play: With Rl, R2 and R3 on third, second 
and first bases, respectively, B4 hits a ground ball 
to F4. (a) R3 collides with F4 as he is fielding the 
ball: or (b) the batted ball strikes R3 as he is 
running in front of F4. 

Ruling: R3 is declared out. In (a) if the umpire 
rules that interference did not prevent a double 
play, then all other runners must return to the 
bases they occupied at the time of the pitch. How- 
ever, if B4 is not declared out, he then is awarded 
first base. In (b) if the umpires rule that R3 ob- 
viously prevented a double play elsewhere, then 
two may be declared out. 

30. Play: B4 is at bat with none out and Rl, R2 
and R3 are on third, second and first bases, re- 
spectively, when Rl attempts to advance to home 
base: (a) during a pitch: or (b) during a throw 
by Fl after stepping backward off his pitcher's 
plate; or (c) following a wild pitch. B4 remains in 
his batters box during all this action. 

Ruling: In (a), B4 may remain in his box ex- 
cept that he may not maneuver in such manner 
as to interfere with any pla.v action. In (b) and 
(c), B4 must make at least reasonable effort to 
vacate the home base area. Should he fail to do 
so. he is still not in violation unless the umpire 
rules that B4 prevented a putout. If B4 does not 
have time to vacate the area, he is not charged 
with interference, even though his presence may 
have prevented a putout. 

31. Play: With Rl on second and R2 on first 
base and none out. B3 hits pitch to right field for 
extra bases. F9 fields the ball and throws it to- 
wards third base, (a) F4 catches the throw from 
F9 and then overthrows into the stand behind 
third base: or (b) deflects the throw which sub- 
sequently goes into the stands. 

Ruling: The ball becomes dead when it entered 
the dead ball area and runners are awarded two 
bases each. In fa) the awards are determined by 
the tune of the throw by F4, and in (b) by the 
time of the throw by F9. 

32. Play: With Rl, R2 and R3 on third, second 
and first bases, respectively, and none out, B4 
hits fair ball for extra bases. As B4 advances 
toward third, he interferes with F6 who is at- 
tempting to field the throw from F8, thus pre- 
venting a throw to F2 to retire R3. 

Ruling: When the interference by B4 occurred, 
the ball became dead and B4 is out and so is R3 
declared out. The runs scored b.v Rl and R2 shall 
count, however. Since the interference by B4 oc- 
curred following a throw and not immediatel.y fol- 
lowing the batted ball, the ball became dead at 
the time of the interference and not retroactively 
dead at the time of the pitch, which thus permit- 
ted the advance of all runners prior to the time of 
the interference. If R3 had touched home base 
prior to the interference, his run likewise would 



have counted. If R3 had not touched home base 
prior to the interference, but the umpire ruled 
that a throw by F6 would not have retired him 
at home base, then only B4 would be out and R3 
would return to third base. 

33. Plays With Rl, R2 and R3 on third, second 
and first bases, respectively, and two out, B6 is at 
bat. With a count of one and one on B6, Rl at- 
tempts to steal home. As he slides over home base, 
the pitch while in the strike zone hits him and 
bounces off to the side. F2 retrieves the ball and 
throws to F5 who tags R2 outsliding toward third. 
On the play, Rl advances to second. 

Riding: As soon as the pitch struck Rl, the ball 
became dead at once. The pitch is declared strike 
two. Rl scores and the other runners are each ad- 
vanced one base. 

34. Play: Rl is on third and R3 on second with 
two out and B5 at bat. When Fl winds up, Rl 
advances toward home. F2 in fielding the pitch 
moves forward towards home base and in doing 
so he interfers with B5 who attempts to swing at 
pitch. F2 catches pitch and tags Rl with the ball. 

Ruling: After all playing action is over, umpire 
shall declare the ball dead. B5 is awarded first and 
Rl and R2 are each awarded one base. Rl is 
awarded home and R2 third. 

35. Play: Rl is on third base when B3, while 
there is one out, hits a fly ball which F5 catches 
in the field of play, which his momentum causes 
him to go into a dead ball area such as a bench, 
dugout, stands or beyond a chalk like or pre-game 
determined imaginary line to a dead ball area. 

RitUyig: The ball is dead as soon as F5 entered 
a dead ball area with the ball in his possession. Rl 
is awarded one base and B3 is declared out. 

36 Play: With none out and Rl on second, im- 
proper batter B4 hits the ball safely to right field 
and reaches second base. Rl advances home, but 
he misses third base enroute. F5 obtains the ball 
and properly appeals the infraction by Rl to the 
umpire. The umpire declares Rl out. Prior to a 
pitch being made, the team in the field discovers 
that B4 was not the proper batter and informs 
the umpire. 

Ruling: B2 is declared out, since the discovery 
by the defensive team was prior to the next pitch 
following the safe hit. The run scored by Rl is 
cancelled, and Rl must return to second base. B3 
is the next proper batter. 

37. Play: Rl, R2 and R3 are on third, second 
and first bases, respectively, with a count of ball 
three, strike two on B6. B6 swings at the next 
pitch and misses the ball which gets by the catch- 
er and lodges in the mask of the umpire. 

Ruling: The ball becomes immediately dead. B6 
and all base runners are advanced one base each. 

38. Play: With Rl on second base, B3 hits 
ground ball to F6. The ball takes a difficult hop 
and strikes F6 on the chest after which it re- 
bounds several feet ahead of him. As F6 goes 
after the ball, there is a collision, between Rl and 
F6. 

Ruling: Neither player may intentionally jostle 
the other player, but in case of doubt, the ad- 
vantage is given to the runner unless he is out of 
his path. Another factor involved in this case is 
that the fielder already had one chance at field- 
ing the ball. If the case were such that a fielder 
were waiting to first field the ball on the base 
path, it would be necessary for the runner to run 
behind him so as to not interfere with the fielding 
of the player. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1972 



Pa^ Eleven 



1972 Kentucky Slate High School Swimming Meet 



Lakeside Swim Club, Louisville, Kentucky, March 24-25, 1972 



TEAM SCORING — CLASS "AA" BOYS 



TEAM 


200 Yard 
Medley Relay 


200 Yard 
Freestyle 




50 Yard 
Freestyle 


&.S 
c > 


1^ 


Is 
§i 

-•en 




« s 


o 2 
2m 






Model 


22 


28 


14 


21 


16 


16 


28 


13 


7 


5 


32 


202 


Covington Cath. 


32 


15 


13 


17 


9 


12 


20 


13 


15 


25 


26 


197 


Hopkinsville 


26 


11 


7 


12 


13 


12 


12 


15 


10 


11 


24 


163 


Highlands 


24 


11 





21 


26 


1 


20 


n 


12 


9 


22 


161 


Louisville Ctry Day 


20 


4 


12 














7 





16 





69 


Newport Cath. 


18 





16 


3 





4 





16 








10 


67 


Fort Knox 


14 











11 


16 








16 








57 


Dixie Heights 


6 


9 


5 








5 











2 


20 


47 


Franklin County 


10 











5 














10 


18 


43 


Christian County 


8 


10 


2 





2 


7 





11 











40 


Conner 











16 








13 














29 


Campbell County 


2 











10 

















14 


26 


Belle\'ue 

















u 








11 








22 


Danville 


8 











1 








3 








4 


16 


Fort Campbell 








4 

















9 








13 


Lexington Cath. 


























12 








12 


Simon Kenton 





























12 





12 


Uoyd 





5 























3 





8 


Bourbon County 











2 























1 


Beechwood 






































Greenville 






































Oneida 






































Sayre 






































Shelbyville 







































1. 200 Yard Medley Relay — 
Covington Cath. 1 



Hopkinsville 

3. Highlands 

4. Model — - 

5. Lou. Ctry Day 

6. Newport Cath 



2. 

49.6 3. 

51.2 4. 

54.1 5. 

54.4 6. 
57.3 
05.6 



Covington Catholic set a new state 2. 
record in this event with their time 3 
of 1;49.6. 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle — 

1. P. Watkins, Model 1:56.3 

2. T. Kluemper. Cov. Cath. 2:01.1 

3. B. Clouse, Model - 2:02.3 

4. S. Cotthoff, Hopkinsville 2:03.9 

5. B. Davis. Christian Co. 2:04.0 

6. B. Gradel, Dixie Heights _ 2:06.2 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley — 

1. D. Redmond, Newport Cath. 2:12.2 

2. B. Chalfant, Covington Cath. 2:14.4 

3. D. Bryant, Lou. Ctry Day . . 2:14.8 

4. B. Rozen, Model 2:16.1 

S. Hassman, Highlands Disq. 

M. Gallagher. Lex. Cath. -.. Disq. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle — 

1. B. Collins, Conner :23.7 



M. Thompson, Cov. Cath. -_ 

M. Cayce, Hopkinsville 

M. Chapman. Model 

J. Clarke. Model 

D. Farrell. Highlands 

5. Fancy Diving — 

B. Congleton. Model 

B. Russell. Hopkinsville . 
M. Lukens, Highlands 
Mark Milia. Ft. Knox 
M. Bauer, Campbell Co. 
M. Gunnmg, Cov. Cath. . 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly — 
D. LeVasseur, Ft. Knox 

B. Rozen, Model 

J. Brandt, Hopkinsville - 
J. Cavana, Bellevue 

W. Whalen, Cov. Cath. 

C. Reed, Highlands 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle — 

P. Watkins. Model 

B. Collins. Conner -- 
T. McCoUum, Hopkinsville 
B. Rutemiller, Cov, Cath. __ 

D. Mettens, Highlands 

L. Dosch, Highlands 



24.5 
24.6 
24.8 
24.8 
25.1 



356.80 
356.35 
280.80 
279.15 
260.40 
260.10 

:57.94 
:57.96 
:59.5 
1:02.0 
1:03.8 
. Disq. 



51.9 
51.9 
54.5 
54.6 
56.3 
57.2 



8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

1. D. Redmond, Newport Cath. 

2. T. Kluemper, Cov. Cath. .. . 

3. B. Clouse, Model _ 

4. B. Davis, Christian Co, 

5. J. Meyer, Highlands 

6. S, Cotthoff, Hopkinsville 

9. 100 Yard Backstroke — 

1. D. LeVasseur, Fort Knox 

2. B. Rutemiller, Cov. Cath. 

3. M. Gallagher, Lex. Cath, . 

4. J. Cavana, Bellevue 

5. M. Cayce, Hopkinsville 

6. E. O'Donnell, Ft. Campbell . 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke - 

1. D, Bryant, Lou. Ctrv Day 

2. B, Chalfant, Cov, Cath. 

3. G. Thoerner. Sinion Kenton 

4. T, Kruer, Cov. Cath, 

5. G. Mitchell. Franklin Co. 

6. R. Schuh, Highlands 

11. 400 Freestyle Relay 

1, Model . 

2, Covington Catholic 

3, Hopkinsville 

5. Dixie Heights 

6, Franklin Coiuity 



4 


08.1 


4:23.1 


4:27.9 


4:30,4 


4:32.0 


4:39.1 


1:01.1 




01,8 




03.3 




03,4 




(15.4 




06.2 


1:07.6 




08.2 




12.0 




12.3 




13.3 




13.5 


3:38.5 


3:43,9 


3:48.5 


3:56.0 


4 


13.0 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1972 



1972 Kentucky Slate High School Swimming Meet 

Lakeside Swim Club, Louisville, Kentucky, March 24-25, 1972 



TEAM SCORING — CLASS "AA" GIRLS 



TEAM 




-2 ^ 
>2& 










-2^ 




« s 


>2i 












81 






8^ 


8 a 


O rt 


8| 


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a.s 

i2£ 


Notre Dame 


26 


23 


37 


9 


7 


23 


26 


16 


36 


20 


20 


243 


Villa Madonna 


32 


14 


25 


9 


19 


23 


23 


8 


11 


4 


26 


194 


Model 


22 


24 


13 


13 


12 


2 


10 


28 


10 


28 


32 


185 


Highlands 


20 


7 


2 


12 


16 


19 


16 


29 





3 


24 


148 


Dixie Heights 


24 





12 


20 


13 


12 








16 





14 


101 


Christian County 


14 


9 





9 








2 


10 








22 


66 


LaSalette 


10 


10 











4 


7 





1 


18 





56 


Danville 


8 








11 


1 








2 








18 


40 


Bourbon County 


IS 























u 








29 


Lexington Catholic 


4 





3 




















11 


8 


26 


Shelbyville 


6 








10 























16 


Hopkinsville 














4 

















10 


14 


Greenville 


























3 


9 





12 


Beechwood 














11 




















11 


Sayre 














10 




















10 


Oneida Institute 
































6 


6 


Franklin County 


2 
































2 


Ft. Knox 






































Lloyd 






































Newport 







































1. 200 Yard Medley Relay — 

1. Villa Madonna 2 

2. Notre Dame 2: 

3. Dixie Heights 2: 

4. Model 2; 

5. Highlands 2: 

6. Bourbon County _. __ — 2; 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle — 

1. S. Flerlage, LaSalette 2: 

2. M. Smith, Model 2: 

3. E. Saalfield, Notre Dame . 2: 

4. N. Cornelison, Model 2: 

5. L. Scheper, Villa Madonna 2: 

6. S. Smithson, Christian Co. 2: 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1. K. Saalfield, Notre Dame 2: 

2. C. Combs, Model 2: 

3. M. Tagulauer, Dixie Heights 2: 

4. J. Kuhlman, Villa Madonna 2 

5. A. Trimpe, Notre Dame 2: 

6. K. Bruggeman, Villa Madonna 2: 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle — 

1. T. Newport, Dixie Heights ._ 

2. A. Brown. Model 

3. M. Klausing, Highlands 

4. L. Pesci, Danville 



07.5 
10.5 
12.2 
12.5 
18.5 
18.9 



09.0 
20.5 
24.0 

24.0 
26.0 
27.6 



39.1 
40.4 
40.9 
43.9 
44.5 
45.8 



27.1 
27.6 

28.6 1. 

28.7 2. 



B. Buckner, Shelbyville :29.0 

D. Bruce, Christian Co. :30.0 

5. Fancy Diving — 

K. Gallenstein, V. Madonna _ 380.50 

D. Battler, Dixie Heights _. 316.70 

V. Brotherton. Model 287.30 

L. Ransdell. Beechwood _ 272.15 

5. Murray. Sayre _ 266.10 

M. McMorgan, Highlands . _ 230.35 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly — 

L. Rust, Highlands 1:09.0 

C .Austin, Villa Madonna _ 1:09.3 

M. Tagulauer, Dixie Heights 1:15.0 

D. Muller, Notre Dame 1:16.5 

M. J. Dressman, V. Madonna 1:17.7 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle — 

M. Klausing, Highlands „ 1:03.3 

J. Kuhlman, Villa Madonna _ 1:03.8 
K. Grogan, Notre Dame 1:04.1 

K. Saalfield. Notre Dame 1:04.4 

M. McKinney, Model 1:07.0 

A. Brown, Model Disq. 

8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

L. Rust, Highlands 4:59.0 

B. Smith, Model 5:10.2 



N. Greer. Highlands 5:14.1 

N. Cornelison, Model . 5:19.7 

S. Smithson, Christian Co. .. 5:21.9 
M. Spenlau, Notre Dame 5:36.9 

9. 100 Yard Backstroke — 

T. Newport, Dixie Heights __ 1:09.5 

K. Grogan, Notre Dame . 1:12.2 

K. Slaughter. Notre Dame 1:12.5 

E. Saalfield, Notre Dame . 1:13.2 

T. Thompson, Model 1:14.8 

M. Gibson, Bourbon Co. 1:15.4 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke— 

S. Flerlage, LaSalette 1:15.6 

C. Combs, Model 1:20.5 

C. Kuebbing, Notre Dame 1:22.1 

L. Ernst, Lexington Cath. 1:22.8 

C. Combs, Model 1:22.8 

A. Pannell, Greenville 1:23.9 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 

Model 4:16.5 

Villa Madonna 4:17.4 

Highlands 4:30.0 

Christian Co. 4:35.2 

Notre Dame 4:36.0 

Danville 4:51.4 



TO: PRINCIPALS OF MEMBER SCHOOLS OF K.H.S.A.A. 
SUBJECT: CATASTROPHE INSURANCE POLICY 



The following information about the catastrophe insurance coverage pur- 
chased by K.H.S.A.A, to cover athletes of member schools is published for 
your consideration. The coverage will commence June 15, 1972, for the 
school year 1972-73, and will be identical with coverage for the current 
year. 

PERSONS COVERED: Student athletes on teams of member schools of 
K.H.S.A.A. will be covered while practicing for or competing in K.H.S.A.A. 
approved inter-school athletic events or while traveling in a group directly 
to or from practice session or scheduled athletic event for the purpose of 
participating in such session or event. 

ACCIDENT MEDICAL EXPENSE BENEFIT: Expenses incurred for 
treatment of a covered injury including necessary services of a licensed 
physician, hospital expenses subject to limit for daily room and board and 
general nursing care of normal charge for semi-private room, private duty 
nursing care by R.N. on order of physician and physio-therapy performed 
while hospital confined shall be covered within fifty-two (52) weeks follow- 
ing the accident causing injury provided treatment for such injury com- 
mences within thirty (30) days of the date of covered accident. 

The first $1000.00 of covered expenses, or the amount of such expenses as 
are covered under all other collectible insurance of the policyholder and 
insured, whichever figure is greatest, will be deducted from any claim paid 
hereunder. Subject to this provision, the Company will pay up to a maxi- 
mum of $10,000.00 except that when payment under the plan exceeds 
$5000.00, further payment shall be 75% of the eligible charges. 

EXCLUSIONS: No payment shall be made for hernia, appendicitis, cardiac 
disease, diabetes, detached retina, osteomyelitis, malignancy or Osgood- 
Schlatters disease, or aggravation of a pre-existing condition, or for injuries 
connected with fighting or brawling. 

ADMINISTRATION: The plan is administered by The Kingden Company. 
You may secure complete information about the coverage from the com- 
pany. 



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GENERAL AGENT 



W. E. KINGSLEY J. E. McCREARY, Mgr. CHARLES C. PRICE 

Life Department 

121-123 LAFAYETTE AVENUE LEXINGTON, KY. 40502 PHONE 254-4095 
P. O. BOX 7100 



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HUNT'S ATHLETIC GOODS CO., INC. 



PHONE CH 7-1941 
MAYFIELD, KENTUCKY 



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Nets and complete badminton sets 



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IT'S PLAY TIME ; 

Outdoor playground programs will be conducted in many schools during |J 

summer months. ^ 

Our stock is complete on all types of playground and play time equipment ^ 

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Basketballs hJ 

Volleyballs 



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Volleyball nets and posts ^ 

Playground balls of all sizes « 

Softballs and Softball bats W 



^ Badminton racquets and shuttlecocks |^ 

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Regulation horseshoes in steel and rubber 5| 



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^ Shuffleboard sets and supplies V 

t^ Tennis racquets, nets and balls W 

% If you plan to have baseball or softball in connection with your recreation « 

% program, we have a complete stock of uniforms, shoes, bats, balls and W 

k gloves in Little League, Babe Ruth League and regulation sizes. W 

,^ Please write or call for complete information and prizes, and our sales- « 

^ men will be glad to call or give you any information and assistance you m 

k may need. j^ 

^ Our salesmen have been out since January 1st with the Football and V 

% Basketball samples. Our complete line of Spanjian, Rawlings, MacGregor, W 

^ Wilson and manv accessory lines are sure to contain your complete require- W 

HUNT'S ATHLETIC GOODS CO., INC. ^ 

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^ MAYFIELD, KENTUCKY k 





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